Wine Spectator - 96/100
Jancis Robinson - 16.5 + / 20
James Suckling - 93/100
Vinous - 93/100
Wine Enthusiast - 95/100
Appearance: green gold, shiny.
Nose: complex and subtle; aromas of quince, nuts, honey, ginger, acacia with a hint of linden.
Palate: frank attack, without aggressiveness, almond finish, very elegant and very long.
The sommelier's advice: Foie gras, lobster, lobster, poultry fish in sauce, White meat, Goat cheese, blue cheese, Spicy dishes (excellent with curry) and without forgetting the poultry cooked with mushrooms or truffles on an old vintage.
Grape variety (s): Marsanne.
Harvests: Manual harvest at maturity.
Soil: The grapes from which this wine is made come from three different vineyards:
• “Le Méal”: characterized by a soil of very old fluvio-glacial alluvium with many pebbles.
• “Les Murets”: where the soil is clayey and gravelly. Its red clays give richness and generosity to the wine.
• “Chante-Alouette”: an altitude terroir whose soils blend loess with very finely decomposed granites. It gives freshness, salinity and acidity to the wine.
Vinification: The musts are obtained after long pressing and are lightly settled before fermentation. Part of the fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks and part in demi-muids. The stirring is done the first 2-3 months, on the lees, which brings texture to the wine.
Aging: 40-30% is done in stainless steel vats. The remaining 60-70% corresponds to aging in demi-muids with 10% new oak and 90% oak from one to three wines.
- Vino blanco
- Productor, nombre del vino
- M. Chapoutier - Hermitage "Chante-Alouette"
- Número de botellas
- Formato de la botella
- Botellas (0,75 L)
- Nivel de llenado
- Tipo de botella Borgoña/Champagne/flauta, nivel de llenado alto
- Estado de la etiqueta
- Etiqueta intacta y legible
- Estado del corcho / cápsula
- Cápsula de cera completamente intacta
- Puntuación del crítico
- 93/100 points, James Suckling