Cote Rotie "Brune et Blonde"
Lobenberg: Rauchige, geröstete, reife Nase. Geräucherter Schinken, fett, enorm viel süßes Cassis, voller Körper, sehr konzentriert, schwer und strukturiert. Ein Klassiker, der immer noch Maßstäbe setzt. 93-94+/100
-- Parker: Fully blended and about to be bottled, the 2010 Cote Rotie Brune et Blonde is more serious, with obvious structure and density. Fabulously perfumed, with violets, black pepper, bacon fat, coffee bean and striking minerality, this medium to full-bodied effort is concentrated, layered and brilliantly focused, with fine tannin lending edge and cut through the finish. Give it another 3-4 years in the cellar and enjoy it through 2030. 93+/100
-- Galloni: Deep ruby. Powerful aromas of dried cherry, blackberry and licorice, with a suave floral pastille nuance in the background. Densely packed bitter cherry and dark berry preserve flavors show a refreshingly bitter edge and pick up spicecake and dark chocolate qualities with air. Dusty tannins come in late and give shape to the finish, which clings with superb tenacity and a resonating floral quality. Shows the power and structure of this outstanding vintage to full effect but comes off as polished and, I daresay, approachable. -- Josh Raynolds 93/100
-- Robinson: Aged 36 months in 50% new oak. Co-fermented with 6% Viognier. Violets and peppered meat; the authenticity can’t be faulted. Classic, savoury, lovely manicured tannins. Impressive aromatic range and lovely depth of flavour. 17/100
-- WS: Shows energy and range, with mouthwatering, briary tannins carrying the core of blackberry and plum paste notes. Fruitcake, pastis and alder details fill in the background. The sneakily long finish presents heft and cut. 94/100
- 40,00 €
Inkl. 19% MwSt.