Saint Joseph 2011

Jean Louis Chave

Saint Joseph 2011

Syrah 100%
Lobenberg 94/100
Winespectator 94/100
Parker 93/100
Galloni 91–94/100
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2016–2031
Verpackt in: 12er
Frankreich, Rhone, Nordrhone
Allergene: Sulfite,


Abfüller / Importeur: Jean Louis Chave, 37 Avenue Saint Joseph, 07300 Mauves, FRANKREICH

  • 66,00 €

inkl. 16% MwSt.

Kostenloser Standardversand in Deutschland und Österreich

Lieferzeit ca. 4-6 Werktage

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Winespectator über:Saint Joseph 2011


-- Winespectator: -- Winspectator: Shows weight and depth, but maintains a distinctive purity as the core of plum, blackberry and anise flavors takes center stage, backed by hints of violet, iron and graphite. The lingering sanguine echo on the finish has deceptive length. Should cellar very well. Comparable in quality to the 2010, this bottling continues to improve. Best from 2015 through 2022. 94/100


Parker über:Saint Joseph 2011


-- Parker: Tasted out of bottle and a smoking St.-Joseph that savvy readers need to seek out, the 2011 St.-Joseph (which was just bottled prior to this tasting) offers gorgeous richness and depth, especially in the vintage. Black currants, charcoal, mineral, bouquet garni and ample background meatiness all emerge from the glass, and this medium to full-bodied beauty has brilliant purity of fruit, a great texture and fine tannin that should allow it to evolve gracefully. It’s a fantastic value that should not be missed! 93/100


Galloni über:Saint Joseph 2011


-- Galloni: Tasted in components: #1, from Les Oliviers, in Tournon: Fresh blue fruits and violet on the nose. Lush and open-knit, with sappy boysenberry and cassis flavors and a hint of licorice on the back end. #2, from Bachasson, in Lemps: A pure granite, south-facing site in Lemps; high-pitched, mineral-accented aromas and flavors of black raspberry and bitter cherry. Precise and subtly sweet, with strong finishing lift and cut. #3, from Clos Forentin, in Mauves: Made from vines that Chave says are between 80 and 100 years of age; emphatic blueberry and violet scents and flavors, with a bright mineral overlay. Sappy and penetrating, with excellent focus and finishing sweetness. #4, from Dardouille, in Tournon: Deeply pitched dark fruit preserves and licorice on the nose. Fleshy and broad, with very good depth and chewy blackcurrant and bitter cherry flavors. Gripping tannins shape a long, sappy finish. The final wine should be a bright, mineral-driven example of Saint-Joseph, with lots of upfront appeal but the balance to age. 91-94/100

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