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Guigal’s best-performing Côte-Rôtie label

By April 14, 2022Bronze, Fine Wine Market, Rhone

When listing the famous wines of the Northern Rhône, the three Côte-Rôtie labels from E. Guigal, La Landonne, La Turque and La Mouline, normally appear near the top.

These single vineyard wines are among the most highly-rated and sought-after in the region and are frequently among the top-traded Rhône wines on the secondary market.

So far this year, La Mouline leads trade by value, followed by La Turque and La Landonne. This might partly be attributed to price. La Landonne is the most expensive of the three on average with a price of £3,199 per 12×75, while La Mouline is £2,903 on average and La Turque £2,830.

Of the three, only La Landonne is included in the Rhône 100 index alongside another Côte-Rôtie label produced by Guigal – Château d’Ampuis.

Produced from seven select sites around the historic property in Ampuis it is perhaps less well-known to non-Rhône collectors and this is reflected in its price, around £695 per case on average.

As can be seen from the chart and table below, its price performance over the last five years has been impressive.

For example, the 2009 vintage had a Mid-Price of £675 per dozen in March 2017 and currently sits at £1,188 – a rise of 76%. The average rise since 2017 has been 48.3% which is similar to the Liv-ex 1000 index.

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Liv-ex analysis is drawn from the world’s most comprehensive database of fine wine prices. The data reflects the real time activity of Liv-ex’s 560+ merchant members from across the globe. Together they represent the largest pool of liquidity in the world – currently £100m of bids and offers across 16,000 wines. Independent data, direct from the market.