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Rhone Valley Collection

Top Wines from the Northern and Southern Rhone Valley

$153,000Collection Value
3,825Total Shares
360Total Bottles
2024-2028Estimated Sale
$40Share Price

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Key Highlights

Rhone Wines Outpace Bordeaux, Italy, and Gold in 2021

Year-to-date, the Liv-Ex Rhone-100 Index has outperformed the Bordeaux-500, Italy-100, and easily outpaced gold. The Rhone-100 saw growth of +12.49% compared to +9.24% for the BDX-500, +11.52% for the Italy-100, and a loss of -5.75% for gold. The momentum for Rhone wines has continued to grow heading into Q4, with the Rhone-100 seeing +1.91% growth month over month (October to November).

Legendary 100-Point 2010 Guigal “La La” Wines Trifecta

Guigal produces three (soon to be four) iconic single-vineyard Côte Rotie wines, La Mouline, La Turque, and La Landonne collectively called the “La La” wines. The “La La” wines achieved a trifecta in the remarkable 2010 vintage when all three wines received 100-point scores from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape On The Rise

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the most well-known appellation in the Southern Rhone, is experiencing its highest trade volume since 2008, according to Liv-Ex. Based on Liv-Ex trading, Châteauneuf-du-Pape accounted for 55% of all Rhone wine traded in 2020, and has accounted for 58% of all Rhone wine traded by volume, and 43% by value, in 2021.

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Collection Description

Divided into the North and the South, the Rhone Valley is home to the first official French Wine Appellation, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and the Syrah grape, which is the only red grape that can go into the famous wines of Côte Rotie and Hermitage. The region’s wines have collectively outperformed Bordeaux, Italy, and gold (a historically preferred asset for those looking to hedge against inflation) in 2021* and currently make up more than 4.5% of the total global wine trade by volume, according to LivEx. In the Northern Rhone, most wines traded globally are sourced from the appellations of Côte Rotie and Hermitage, both of which are represented in this collection. The most widely sought-after wines from the Northern Rhone are the three single-vineyard “La La” wines (La Mouline, La Landonne, and La Turque) produced by Guigal. The vineyards are located in the Côte Rotie, which features only 682 total planted acres in the entire appellation,** which is minuscule, especially when compared to Bordeaux, where the top château each have 200+ acres planted. This collection features multiple vintages of each of the famed “La La” wines, including the 2010 vintage, of which all three wines were awarded 100 points. In addition to the “La La” wines, this collection features two wines from Hermitage, the most famous appellation in the Rhone Valley. The wines are sourced from world-renowned producers Domaine Paul Jaboulet Aine and M. Chapoutier, both of which have followings of collectors the world over. Moving into the Southern Rhone Valley, the wines of Châteauneuf-duPape make up the vast majority of investment-grade wines traded on a global scale. Named after the Pope’s 14th century home in nearby Avignon, connoisseurs have coveted Châteauneuf-du-Pape’s wines for centuries. In recent years, investment interest in Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines has grown dramatically. 2020 saw 12-year highs in trading on LivEx, with Châteauneuf-du-Pape making up 55% of all Rhone wines traded. This collection features wines from two of the most celebrated producers from the region: Pegau and Château de Beaucastel.