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Chapoutier • Ermitage Le Pavillon 2012

344,00 €

(1 l = 458,67 €)
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Beschreibung

Über das Weingut Chapoutier

Maison Chapoutier wurde bereits vor 210 Jahren gegründet und darf sich damit rühmen eines der ältesten Weingüter der Rhône zu sein. Seit 26 Jahren wird das legendäre Weingut von Michel Chapoutier geleitet, einem der wohl genialsten und angesehensten Winzer der Welt.

Mit unerreichten 41 (!) Weinen, die von Robert Parker mit den vollen 100 Punkte geadelt wurden, steht Chapoutier zumindest in dieser Rangliste weltweit auf dem ersten Platz. Kein anderer Winzer der Welt hat so viele 100 Punkte Weine erzeugen können.

Wenn Sie mehr über die faszinierenden Weine und die beeindruckende Geschichte des Weinguts wissen möchten, lesen Sie doch einfach auf der Website der Maison Chapoutier selbst weiter.

Über den Wein Ermitage Le Pavillon 2012

Fac & Spera (lat. für Mache und Hoffe) ist das Motto der berühmte Einzellagen-Serie von Chapoutier, unter denen der Emitage Le Pavillon zusammen mit dem L'Ermité eine Sonderstellung als die meistprämierten Weine von Chapoutier einnehmen. Der Le Pavillon gilt für viele Weinkenner als die Inkarnation und Krone eines Syrah von der nördlichen Rhône.

Im Wine Advocate #216 vergaben Parker und Dunnuck die Höchstnote:

100/100 Punkte

Der Wortlaut der Lobeshymne lautet:

Sharing some similarities to the le Meal (yet its from a very different terroir), with its full-bodied, decadent, heavenly profile that somehow stays pure, poised and elegant, the 2012 Ermitage le Pavillon (767 cases) offers an extraordinary perfume of cassis, raspberries, crushed flowers, powdered rock and smoked earth. Coming all from the granite soils of the les Bessards lieu-dit, which produces some of the most muscular, concentrated wines on the planet, this serious 2012 is more approachable than either the 2009 or 2010, yet certainly is at the same level of quality. Give it 6-7 years in the cellar and enjoy it through 2042.

Michel Chapoutier has once again produced one of the reference-point lineups for the entire Rhône Valley. Certainly, his 2012s lived up to my billing last year, and they’re easily some of the finest efforts produced in the vintage, not only with his top cuvees in Hermitage and Côte Rôtie, but also in the up-and-coming appellation of St Joseph, as well as in Condrieu (where his Coteaux du Chery is one of the finest in the appellation), St Péray and Crozes Hermitage. You can see my thrilled reviews on his 2012 Southern Rhônes in Issue 215. His 2012 whites were all reviewed last year from bottle, but they were included again in the massive tasting at this estate this year, so I opted to include them again. They all showed as good, if not better, than last year. Tasted out of bottle this year, the Le Meal, Pavillon and l’Ermite came in at the top of their barrel reviews from last year, which puts them on par with what was accomplished in 2009 and 2010. That’s shocking to me, but the proof is in the glass, as they say. Incredibly, I find the quality in the 2013s almost as compelling, and Michel thinks there’s more than one perfect wine in that lineup. His Le Meal and Les Greffieux releases, in particular, seem to have hit another level recently. These will see an extended élevage in barrel, and I suspect a few will still be in barrel next year for my tastings as well. The 2013 whites are some of the finest I’ve ever tasted from him, and they have incredible concentration, depth and length, with beautiful acidity and freshness. Marsanne just doesn’t get any better than what’s put into his le Meal, l’Ermite and de L’Orée cuvees. A wine I think competes at that level (and I’ve had it side by side numerous times) is his Saint Joseph Les Granits Blanc. Unfortunately, it’s now being priced at roughly the same level and falls outside what I would normally classify as value. Nevertheless, it’s a world-class example of Northern Rhône white and will age for two decades or more. However, a wine that’s still a smoking value is his Chante Alouette, and readers wanting to get a small taste of what’s offered by his upper-tier whites need to get a bottle (or more) of the 2012. Other wines to keep on your radar are his single-vineyard releases from Domaine de Bila Haut in the Roussillon. These are incredible wines and I’ll report on the new releases from here early next year.

Falls sie noch weitere Informationen zu dem Wein möchten, finden Sie die genau Spezifikation auf der Website von Chapoutier: Emitage Le Pavillon 2012

Zusätzliche Produktinformationen

Allergen-Hinweis
Enthält Sulfite
Alkoholgehalt
14% vol.
Flaschengröße
0,75 Liter
Rebsorte
Syrah
Land
Frankreich
Anbaugebiet
Rhône
Abfüller
Erzeugerabfüllung