The Genius of Guigal's Côtes du Rhône Rouge

It wasn't so long ago—no more than two decades—that the primary role of the muscular, potent wines of the sunny Rhône Valley was to beef up, illegally if quite openly, the anemic product of its northern neighbor, Burgundy, especially in cooler vintages when the latter had trouble ripening.

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