Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage Rouge 2007

Limitiert

strukturiert
pikant & würzig
tanninreich
95
100
2
Syrah 100%
5
rot
Gereift
14,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2016–2057
Verpackt in: 12er
3
Lobenberg: 95/100
Jeb Dunnuck: 95/100
Parker: 95/100
Winespectator: 95/100
6
Frankreich, Rhone, Nordrhone
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
95
/100

Jeb Dunnuck über: Hermitage Rouge

-- Jeb Dunnuck: More fresh and lithe than the ’06, the 2007 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage displays gorgeous aromatics of cassis and blacker styled fruits, charred steak, a touch of flowers, and beautifully integrated oak on the nose. Fleshing out with additional air, the wine has an overall elegant, finesse style that’s backed up by good concentration, plenty of tannin, and a focused, silky finish. While approachable now, this should be cellared for 4-6 years and then consumed over the following decade. 95/100

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/100

Parker über: Hermitage Rouge

-- Parker: The spectacular 2007 Hermitage boasts a dense purple color along with notes of creme de cassis, loamy soil, crushed rocks and acacia flowers, a rare opulence and a full-bodied style. Reminiscent of the 1991 Hermitage (a great vintage for Chave as well as most top producers in Hermitage), it should drink well for 20-25 years. 95/100

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/100

Winespectator über: Hermitage Rouge

-- Winespectator: This has tightened up nicely, with damson plum, cherry pit and cassis flavors now showing a taut feel, while anise, pain d'épices and charcoal notes take the lead. The solid, grippy finish shows muscle, but the back-end finesse and length lurks in reserve. Should stretch out wonderfully in the cellar and may show surprising longevity.--Non-blind Chave vertical (June 2012). Best from 2014 through 2030. 95/100

Mein Winzer

Jean Louis Chave

Die Familie Chave erzeugt bereits seit sechshundert Jahren Hermitage und zählt zweifelsohne zu den besten Weinproduzenten der Welt. Die Weine der jetzigen Generation, Vater Gerard und Sohn Jean Louis, sind Kultweine erster Güte, ungemein rar und schwer zu finden. [...]