Domaine Stephane Ogier

Syrah l’Ame Soeur 2016

pikant & würzig
Syrah 100%
13,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2020–2035
Verpackt in: 6er
Lobenberg: 94/100
Suckling: 93/100
Wine Spectator: 93/100
Galloni: 92–94/100
Frankreich, Rhone, Nordrhone
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Syrah l’Ame Soeur 2016


Lobenberg: Der Ame Soeur ist die fast gleichwertige Cote-Rotie-Alternative vom anderen Rhoneufer. Noch keine eigene Appellation, das kommt aber bald. Der zum Teil im neuen Barrique ausgebaute Wein strotzt vor fast fetter Frucht, Brombeere, Schwarzkirsche, Kaffee, Tabak und dunkle Erde. Trotz des Fetts verspielt und fast blumig, in seiner etwas wilden Art an das spanische Priorat erinnernd. Das ist fast großes Kino! 94/100


Suckling über: Syrah l’Ame Soeur

-- Suckling: A very plush, whole-bunch, sappy lick on the nose. Dark-red fruit and a long, succulent palate with a pristine, red-fruit core. Plump and plush and drinking very well now. So approachable. Seductive, dark-cherry and chocolate finish. Elegant yet powerful. Drink or hold. 93/100


Wine Spectator über: Syrah l’Ame Soeur

-- Wine Spectator: Very seductive, with a silky feel from start to finish that lets gently mulled red and black cherry and currant fruit glide along, while black tea, violet and incense notes swirl in the background. Sneakily long. Drink now through 2027. 50 cases imported. 93/100


Galloni über: Syrah l’Ame Soeur

-- Galloni: Opaque ruby. Expansive, spice- and mineral-tinged blueberry, cherry and violet aromas show impressive clarity and hints of olive and smoked meat. Sweet and focused on the palate, offering concentrated black and blue fruit and floral pastille flavors and exotic spice and cola nuances. The long, penetrating finish features smoky, minerally cut, an echo of florality and fine-grained tannins that build slowly. 92-94/100

Jeb Dunnuck über: Syrah l’Ame Soeur

-- Jeb Dunnuck: -- Dunnuck: Bottled at the end of August and from the up and coming Seyssuel region located north of Ampuis, the 2016 IGP Collines Rhodaniennes L'Ame Soeur is a charming, rounded, sweetly fruited effort that boasts terrific ripeness in its blackberry and raspberry fruits as well as plenty of minerality and floral characteristics. This is a warmer terroir of rocky, schist soils, and while the wines always have a riper style, I always find a terrific sense of minerality in the wines. This is well worth seeking out and is going to keep for a decade. 91/100

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Domaine Stéphane Ogier

Im Augenblick besitzen die hier seit Generationen ansässigen Ogiers 3,5 Hektar, wovon 2 Hektar ausschließlich der Vinifikation des Cote Rotie vorbehalten sind. Die Weinberge sind in 4 Einzelparzellen unterteilt. Im Verlauf eines Jahres müssen vom Rebschnitt bis zur Weinlese die verschiedensten...