Chablis Grand Cru "Les Blanchots Vieille Vigne"
Lobenberg: Ein Powerteil aus einer der besten Grand Cru Lagen, extrem alte Reben. Dicht, blumig und mineralisch, feine Minze im Hintergrund. Cremiger, dichter Mund, Orangenblüten und Zitrusfrüchte, Grapefruit und Akazienhonig, etwas weiße Schokolade und Heu. Spannend und eindrucksvoller Langläufer. 95-96/100
-- Galloni: Sweet floral notes meld into lemon, slate and crushed rocks in the 2012 Chablis Blanchots Vieilles Vignes. Bright, wiry and tense, the 2012 impresses for its exceptional overall balance. The creamy, resonant finish is a clue the wine was done entirely in oak, but there is otherwise very little evidence of wood here. The Blanchots Vieilles Vignes is one of the highlights in this range. 94/100
-- Tanzer: Pale yellow. Mineral-driven aromas of crushed rock, ginger and spearmint. Sweet, spicy, intense and penetrating, showing a slight youthful bitterness to the tight flavors of lemon, chalk and salty minerality. This wine was bottled just prior to my visit and already seems to be shutting down. 92+/100
-- Parker: The 2012 Chablis Grand Cru Les Blanchots Vieilles Vignes (one assumes there is more than one old vine, but that is how the label reads) has a deft, defined and focused bouquet with delicate floral notes intertwined with the citrus fruits and orange blossom. The palate is well-defined with a sharp citrus entry, crisp acidity and a tense and long finish that will offer more with two or three years in bottle. This has great potential. 92+/100
- 69,00 €
Inkl. 19% MwSt.