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Ch. La Gaffelière, 2016 - 6er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. La Gaffelière, 2016 - 6er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. La Gaffelière, Saint-Émilion, 2016 – 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 95-96
Decanter 93
Wine Spectator 92-95
Wine Enthusiast 95-97
Jancis Robinson 16.5


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779,00 EUR

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Ch. La Lagune, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. La Lagune, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. La Lagune, Haut-Médoc, 2016 - in 12er Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 93-95
Decanter 93
Jancis Robinson 17-

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579,00 EUR

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Ch. Lilian Ladouys, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Lilian Ladouys, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Lilian Ladouys, Saint-Estèphe, 2016 - in 12er Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 91-93
James Suckling 93-94
Decanter 91
Jancis Robinson 16
Winespectator 90-93

A.Galloni 88-91

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249,00 EUR

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CH. Branaire Ducru, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
CH. Branaire Ducru, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Branaire Ducru, Saint-Julien, 2016 - in 12er Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 95-96
Decanter 94
Jancis Robinson 17
Winespectator 94-97

Wine Enthusiast 95-97
R.V.F. 17,5-18,5
J.M.QUARIN 96
Bettane & Desseauve 95-96
A.GALLONI 92-95
LEFIGARO 18,5

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659,00 EUR

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Ch. Marquis d‘Alesme, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Marquis d‘Alesme, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Marquis d‘Alesme, Margaux, 2016 - in 12er Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 91-92
Decanter 93
Jancis Robinson 17
Winespectator 91-94

 

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479,00 EUR

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Ch. Les Ormes de Pez, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Les Ormes de Pez, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Les Ormes de Pez, Saint-Estephe, 2016 - in Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 93-94
Wine Enthusiast 90-92
Winespectator 90-93
Decanter 93
Jancis Robinson 16,5
R.V.F. 16-17
J.M.QUARIN 92


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359,00 EUR

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Ch. Fombrauge, 2016 - 6er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Fombrauge, 2016 - 6er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Fombrauge, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, 2016 - in der 6er-Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 91-93
James Suckling 94-95
Wine Enthusiast 90-92

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149,00 EUR

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Ch. Chasse-Spleen, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Chasse-Spleen, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Chasse-Spleen, Moulis, Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel, 2016 - in 12er-OHK

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 92-93
Decanter 90
Jancis Robinson 16
Wine Enthusiast 91-93

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359,00 EUR

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Ch. Smith-Haut-Lafitte, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Smith-Haut-Lafitte, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Smith-Haut-Lafitte, Pessac-Leognan Grand Cru Classé, 2016 - in 12er Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 96-98
James Suckling 97-98
Decanter 97
Jancis Robinson 16+
Wine Enthusiast 96-98
Winespectator 95-98
R.V.F. 18-19
J.M.QUARIN 96
B+D 96-97
A.GALLONI 94-97
LEFIGARO 19
GAULT&MILL 17-18.5

 

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1.280,00 EUR

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Ch. Poujeaux, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Poujeaux, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Poujeaux, Moulis, 2016 - in der 12er-Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 91-93
James Suckling 91-92
Decanter 93
Jancis Robinson 16+


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358,00 EUR

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Ch. Ferran, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Ferran, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Ferran, Pessac-Léognan, 2016

Neal Martin 91-93
James Suckling 90-91
Decanter 91

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159,00 EUR

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Ch. Senejac, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Senejac, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Senejac, Haut-Médoc, 2016 - in der 12er-Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 91-93
James Suckling 92-93


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159,00 EUR

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Ch. Malartic Lagraviere, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Malartic Lagraviere, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Malartic Lagravière, Pessac Léognan, 2016 - in der 12er-Originalholzkiste

95-96 James Suckling
94-96 Neal Martin
94 Decanter
93 Markus Del Monego
96-98 Wine Enthusiast
92-95 Wine Spectator
16.5 Jancis Robinson
17 Weinwisser
92-95 Vinous
17.5-18 Bettane & Desseauve
17 Jean-Marc Quarin
17.5-18 RVF
16.5-17 Le Point

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676,00 EUR

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Ch. Pontet-Canet, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Pontet-Canet, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

Ch. Pontet-Canet, Pauillac, 2016 - in der 12er-Originalholzkiste

Bettane & Desseauve 18-18.5 

René Gabriel 19 

Decanter 97

Jancis Robinson 18

Revue du Vin de France 19.5 

James Suckling 98-99 

Wine Advocate  (Neal Martin) 95-97 

Wine Enthusiast 97-99


1.789,00 EUR

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Ch. Latour Martillac, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Latour Martillac, 2016 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION
Ch. Latour Martillac, Pessac Léognan, 2016 - in der 12er-Originalholzkiste

Neal Martin 92-94
James Suckling 93-94
Decanter 92
Wine Spectator 90-93
Wine Enthusiast 94-96


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418,00 EUR

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Ch. Filhot, 2014 - 12er-OHK - SUBSKRIPTION

248,40 EUR

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Ch. de la Cour d'Argent, 2010
Ch. de la Cour d'Argent, 2010
R. Parker: (87-88)

9,90 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage Le Méal blanc, 2006
Chapoutier M., Ermitage Le Méal blanc, 2006

R. Parker: 99 points
 

"From a warmer micro-climate, the 2006 Ermitage Le Meal blanc boasts extraordinarily intense fruit, glycerin, and tactile impression. Stones, cherries, red currants, quince, and honeyed citrus are all present in this colossal wine that is unctuously textured, very full-bodied, and super-ripe and long. It reveals less noticeable acidity than l’Oree or l’Ermite, and, like Les Granits, it is a wine that can be drunk early, but it should last for 25-30 years. While Michel Chapoutier produces some of the world’s greatest wines from single parcels of old vines spread throughout the northern and southern Rhone (see my ecstatic reviews of his 2007 and 2006 Chateauneuf du Papes in issue #179), he also has an impressive portfolio of value-priced wines that are often over-looked when this impressive producer is discussed. Following are some top-notch picks that all sell for exceptionally fair prices. Chapoutier has not achieved as great as success in Cornas as he has in the other northern Rhone appellations, although his Cornas wines get better with each vintage. There are four extraordinary single vineyard white wines, all of which are among the greatest dry white wines of the world. While all of them can be drunk young, they are meant for extended cellaring. Made from very small yields, they represent the essence of a varietal as well as a vineyard site. As the following notes demonstrate, 2006 was one of the greatest vintages for white wines at Chapoutier. The single vineyard selection parcellaire red wines range in production from 500 to nearly 1,000 cases. 2007 is a very good vintage for these selections, but 2006 has an edge. It is reminiscent of 1996 because of the wines’ freshness and acid levels, but Chapoutier’s 2006s are even more concentrated than his 1996s. Chapoutier’s four 2006 cuvees of single vineyard Hermitage are exquisite. Most of the yields were between 10 and 20 hectoliters per hectare, and the wines are extravagantly rich. The 2006 and 2007 luxury cuvees of Chateauneuf du Pape Croix des Bois and Chateauneuf du Pape Barbe Rac were reviewed in issue #179. They are all astounding wines, especially in 2007"

159,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage Le Méal blanc, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage Le Méal blanc, 2005

R. Parker: 96 Punkte
 

"The warmest terroir for the white Ermitage cuvees is Le Meal, an upper mid-slope terroir with a great exposition.The most flamboyant of these wines, the 2005 Ermitage Le Meal blanc, exhibits notes of buttered citrus, copious tropical fruit, crushed rocks, white currants, and an amazing amount of honeysuckle allied with good acidity and enormous body. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years. Chapoutier thinks 2006 is one of the very finest vintages in the northern Rhone for white wines (and I don’t see any reason to disagree). The naturally high acidity and a summer season with no brutal heat waves allowed the wines to maintain their acidity while at the same time gaining flavor intensity. I have always had the feeling that despite his prodigious ability to make profound red wines, Michel Chapoutier gets a greater thrill from his white wine portfolio than from his impressive reds. . The single vineyard wines from Chapoutier are wines of super concentration, and are made from what are historically tiny yields. Along with Chaves’ white Hermitage and a handful of other Rhone whites, these are potentially the longest-lived and most profound whites being produced there. From the granite hillsides of St.-Joseph, Michel Chapoutier makes by far the appellation’s finest white, and one might argue, red as well."

139,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Méal, 2006
Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Méal, 2006

R. Parker: (95-97) points
 

"The 2006 Ermitage Le Meal has pure creme de cassis, camphor, truffle, and an earthiness, a rich, full-bodied, powerful mouthfeel, a beautiful purity, and sensational intensity, but I have to rate it behind Les Greffieux at this stage. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2040. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"


129,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Pavillon, 2006
Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Pavillon, 2006

R. Parker: 97 points
 

"There are nearly 1,200 cases of the 2006 Ermitage Le Pavillon. Since Michel Chapoutier released his first full vintage, 1989, of this single vineyard Hermitage, it has been one of the great wines of both and the world. The 1989 and 1990 remain very young wines (I had them over the holiday break and was amazed by their still youthful personalities.). The inky/purple-hued 2006 exhibits a gorgeous perfume of crushed rocks, white flowers, creme de cassis, blackberries, graphite, and a subtle touch of oak. Exceptionally full-bodied, multilayered in concentration, extraordinarily pure, and long, this is a prodigious young Hermitage that should be at its finest between 2018-2050+. While Michel Chapoutier produces some of the world’s greatest wines from single parcels of old vines spread throughout the northern and southern Rhone (see my ecstatic reviews of his 2007 and 2006 Chateauneuf du Papes in issue #179), he also has an impressive portfolio of value-priced wines that are often over-looked when this impressive producer is discussed. Following are some top-notch picks that all sell for exceptionally fair prices. Chapoutier has not achieved as great as success in Cornas as he has in the other northern Rhone appellations, although his Cornas wines get better with each vintage. There are four extraordinary single vineyard white wines, all of which are among the greatest dry white wines of the world. While all of them can be drunk young, they are meant for extended cellaring. Made from very small yields, they represent the essence of a varietal as well as a vineyard site. As the following notes demonstrate, 2006 was one of the greatest vintages for white wines at Chapoutier. The single vineyard selection parcellaire red wines range in production from 500 to nearly 1,000 cases. 2007 is a very good vintage for these selections, but 2006 has an edge. It is reminiscent of 1996 because of the wines’ freshness and acid levels, but Chapoutier’s 2006s are even more concentrated than his 1996s. Chapoutier’s four 2006 cuvees of single vineyard Hermitage are exquisite. Most of the yields were between 10 and 20 hectoliters per hectare, and the wines are extravagantly rich. The 2006 and 2007 luxury cuvees of Chateauneuf du Pape Croix des Bois and Chateauneuf du Pape Barbe Rac were reviewed in issue #179. They are all astounding wines, especially in 2007."

159,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite rouge, 2006
Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite rouge, 2006

R. Parker: 98+ points
 

There are nearly 1,000 cases of the 2006 Ermitage l’Ermite, another candidate for perfection in a few years. It boasts an inky/ruby/purple color as well as a stunning bouquet reminiscent of a grand cru Musigny from Burgundy. Spring flower, crushed rock, black raspberry, and black currant scents dominate the aromatics of this incredibly pure, full-bodied wine. With laser-like precision and enormous extract and concentration, it comes across as remarkably elegant and fresh with crystal clear focus. A beautiful tour de force from the decomposed granitic soils of this site on the top of the Hermitage mountain, this amazing wine requires a decade of cellaring, and should last for 35 years. While Michel Chapoutier produces some of the world’s greatest wines from single parcels of old vines spread throughout the northern and southern Rhone (see my ecstatic reviews of his 2007 and 2006 Chateauneuf du Papes in issue #179), he also has an impressive portfolio of value-priced wines that are often over-looked when this impressive producer is discussed. Following are some top-notch picks that all sell for exceptionally fair prices. Chapoutier has not achieved as great as success in Cornas as he has in the other northern Rhone appellations, although his Cornas wines get better with each vintage. There are four extraordinary single vineyard white wines, all of which are among the greatest dry white wines of the world. While all of them can be drunk young, they are meant for extended cellaring. Made from very small yields, they represent the essence of a varietal as well as a vineyard site. As the following notes demonstrate, 2006 was one of the greatest vintages for white wines at Chapoutier. The single vineyard selection parcellaire red wines range in production from 500 to nearly 1,000 cases. 2007 is a very good vintage for these selections, but 2006 has an edge. It is reminiscent of 1996 because of the wines’ freshness and acid levels, but Chapoutier’s 2006s are even more concentrated than his 1996s. Chapoutier’s four 2006 cuvees of single vineyard Hermitage are exquisite. Most of the yields were between 10 and 20 hectoliters per hectare, and the wines are extravagantly rich. The 2006 and 2007 luxury cuvees of Chateauneuf du Pape Croix des Bois and Chateauneuf du Pape Barbe Rac were reviewed in issue #179. They are all astounding wines, especially in 2007.“

196,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage Cuvee de L'Oree, 2006
Chapoutier M., Ermitage Cuvee de L'Oree, 2006

R. Parker: 99 points
 

"Nearly perfect, the beautiful 2006 Ermitage Cuvee de l’Oree offers up sensational aromas of quince, honeyed hazelnuts, white currants, flowers, and a liqueur of crushed rocks. Incredible glycerin as well as zesty acids give this enormously-endowed, thick, massive wine surprising lift and laser-like focus. It should drink well for half a century! While Michel Chapoutier produces some of the world’s greatest wines from single parcels of old vines spread throughout the northern and southern Rhone (see my ecstatic reviews of his 2007 and 2006 Chateauneuf du Papes in issue #179), he also has an impressive portfolio of value-priced wines that are often over-looked when this impressive producer is discussed. Following are some top-notch picks that all sell for exceptionally fair prices. Chapoutier has not achieved as great as success in Cornas as he has in the other northern Rhone appellations, although his Cornas wines get better with each vintage. There are four extraordinary single vineyard white wines, all of which are among the greatest dry white wines of the world. While all of them can be drunk young, they are meant for extended cellaring. Made from very small yields, they represent the essence of a varietal as well as a vineyard site. As the following notes demonstrate, 2006 was one of the greatest vintages for white wines at Chapoutier. The single vineyard selection parcellaire red wines range in production from 500 to nearly 1,000 cases. 2007 is a very good vintage for these selections, but 2006 has an edge. It is reminiscent of 1996 because of the wines’ freshness and acid levels, but Chapoutier’s 2006s are even more concentrated than his 1996s. Chapoutier’s four 2006 cuvees of single vineyard Hermitage are exquisite. Most of the yields were between 10 and 20 hectoliters per hectare, and the wines are extravagantly rich. The 2006 and 2007 luxury cuvees of Chateauneuf du Pape Croix des Bois and Chateauneuf du Pape Barbe Rac were reviewed in issue #179. They are all astounding wines, especially in 2007."


165,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Cóte Rótie La Mordorée, 2006
Chapoutier M., Cóte Rótie La Mordorée, 2006

R. Parker: (96-98) points
 

"I might be crawling out on a limb, but I think the 2006 Cote Rotie La Mordoree is the finest example of Chapoutier’s 100% Syrah Cote Rotie since his 1991. Inky purple to the rim without a touch of aggressiveness, the wine flows over the palate in a seamless way, with layers of black fruits, cherries, licorice, graphite, and some roasted meat and tapenade notes. This is a sensational, multi-dimensional Cote Rotie that I suspect will be drinkable in 3-4 years, and evolve beautifully for two decades.. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite."

95,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Châteauneuf du Pape rouge La Croix de Bois, 2006
Chapoutier M., Châteauneuf du Pape rouge La Croix de Bois, 2006

R. Parker: 92 points
 

"The 2006 Chateauneuf du Pape Croix de Bois reveals an intense Provencal herb character as well as peppery, roasted meat, garrigue, and kirsch liqueur notes, full body, good richness, and a long finish. Chapoutier’s single vineyard Chateauneuf du Papes represent two different areas of the appellation, with the Croix de Bois coming from the eastern sector in the Bedarrides region. Chapoutier has adjusted the manner in which he ages these cuvees, as they are now completely aged in tank. Yields for this offering (made from 100+-year-old Grenache vines in the Galets Roulets area) are typically less than .5 tons of fruit per acre. Both the Barbe Rac and Croix de Bois are 100% Grenache. Michel Chapoutier continues to expand his considerable empire throughout southern . Recently he purchased Jean Marchand’s Domaine des Pontifes in Chateauneuf du Pape, so I would not be surprised to see a third luxury cuvee of Chateauneuf du Pape emerge from this passionate biodynamic producer of Rhone wines. The less expensive Chapoutier offerings continue to increase in quality."

47,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Les Greffieux, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Les Greffieux, 2005

R. Parker: 94 Punkte
 

"The 2005 Ermitage Les Greffieux is a beauty, but it has to take a backseat to the 2006. It has an admirable creme de cassis note, an inky purple color, plenty of meat, smoke, steel, and black fruits in a dense, fleshy style. It is by far the most forward of the 2005 Ermitages. That’s not to say there’s any deficiency in tannin lurking underneath the wine’s density and richness. It should evolve for 20-25 years. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"

89,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite blanc, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite blanc, 2005

R. Parker: 95 Punkte
 

"At the very top of the appellation’s dome of decomposed granite is l’Ermite. This wine is the equivalent of drinking liquified rocks.The 2005 Ermitage l’Ermite blanc has that multi-layered mouthfeel, an extraordinary nose of intense minerality, quince, and white fruits. Some of the vines in this parcel are 130 years old, and the wine has over-the-top richness yet amazing acidity, depth, and a freshness that is hard to believe given its power and intensity. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years. Chapoutier thinks 2006 is one of the very finest vintages in the northern Rhone for white wines (and I don’t see any reason to disagree). The naturally high acidity and a summer season with no brutal heat waves allowed the wines to maintain their acidity while at the same time gaining flavor intensity. I have always had the feeling that despite his prodigious ability to make profound red wines, Michel Chapoutier gets a greater thrill from his white wine portfolio than from his impressive reds. . The single vineyard wines from Chapoutier are wines of super concentration, and are made from what are historically tiny yields. Along with Chaves’ white Hermitage and a handful of other Rhone whites, these are potentially the longest-lived and most profound whites being produced there. From the granite hillsides of St.-Joseph, Michel Chapoutier makes by far the appellation’s finest white, and one might argue, red as well."

269,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Méal, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Méal, 2005

R. Parker: 96 Punkte
 

"There are 481 cases of the black/purple 2005 Ermitage Le Meal. As always, classic blackberry, asphalt, charcoal, and beef blood notes jump from the glass of this intense wine. Full-bodied, with staggering concentration and a personality not terribly dissimilar from a first-growth Pauillac, but showing no evidence of oak whatsoever (and that is in spite of being aged in 100% new oak casks), this wine needs 10-12 years of bottle age, and should keep for 50-100 years. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"

129,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Pavillon, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage rouge Le Pavillon, 2005

R. Parker: 98 Punkte
 

"The biggest production cuvee, the 2005 Ermitage Le Pavillon (1,067 cases in this vintage) has a dense purple color, the classic acacia flower, graphite-based, smoky creme de cassis nose with a tremendous intensity and a full-bodied power and richness that is awesome. These are monumental wines, and when you think that this wine, much like most of its siblings, is made from yields of 12-18 hectoliters per hectare, the explanation for its concentration and extraordinary expression of terroir is obvious. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"

159,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite rouge, 2005
Chapoutier M., Ermitage L'Ermite rouge, 2005

R. Parker: 99 Punkte
 

"Lastly, from the very dome of the granite hill of Ermitage is the 2005 Ermitage l’Ermite. An extraordinarily powerful wine that probably needs 10-15 years in the bottle (last year I thought 20 was probably conservative), this is a 100-year wine and probably best appreciated by our descendants rather than anyone currently over the age of 30. Dense purple to the rim, with notes of crushed rock, charcoal, roasted meats, and enormous quantities of blue and black fruits, this wine is almost painfully rich and thick, with mouthsearing levels of tannin and zesty acidity. Monumental! Anticipated maturity: 2020-2080. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"

196,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Cóte Rótie La Mordorée, 2005
Chapoutier M., Cóte Rótie La Mordorée, 2005

R. Parker: 94 Punkte
 

"There are 577 cases of the 2005 Cote Rotie La Mordoree. This deep ruby/purple wine exhibits loads of tannin, bits of bacon fat, cassis, and a steely personality with superb depth, but an abundance of structure and tannin, and also displays tobacco leaf and a hint of fig. It will require 5-8 years of cellaring and drink well for 20-25 years. With twenty vintages under his belt, Michel Chapoutier and his impressive winemaking staff go from strength to strength. These are among the world’s greatest wines, especially the single vineyard wines, many of which will last 50 or more years.The 2006 reds from Chapoutier display good acidity and freshness. If they lack the powerful tannic structures of the 2005s, and perhaps some of that vintage’s density, they are certainly not light wines. It is a vintage of finesse and concentration, but with considerable up-front charm. Again, 1991 is a useful historic reference. They are the perfect foil for those buying 2005s, which will require deferred gratification. The single-vineyard, or as Chapoutier calls them, the “Selections Parcellaires” wines, are all aged in small barrels, often 100% new oak, and bottled with neither fining nor filtration. Production is relatively small, with the tiniest cuvee, the Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonnieres usually 200-325 cases, and the rest of the single-vineyard wines averaging around 480-625 cases. The largest is usually the St.-Joseph Les Granits or the Ermitage Le Pavillon, which can be as high as 1,000 or so cases in an abundant vintage. Again, the 2005s all exhibit the vintage’s density, tannic structure, and long-term aging potential. At the same time, the 2006s at Chapoutier remind me of 1991, initially an underrated vintage of wines with ideal balance. If they lack the pure power and structure of 2005, they are well-served by their purity and equilibrium. There are four single-vineyard cuvees of Ermitage. Production is small, running from about 275-300 cases of Les Greffieux, 480-500 of Le Meal, 800-1,100 for Le Pavillon, and 200-600 for L’Ermite"

94,00 EUR

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Chapoutier M., Châteauneuf du Pape rouge La Croix de Bois, 2005
Chapoutier M., Châteauneuf du Pape rouge La Croix de Bois, 2005

R. Parker: 95 Punkte
 

"The 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape Croix de Bois is brilliant. Notes of licorice, seaweed, cedar, and copious black currant and sweet cherry notes are present in the provocative aromatics. Ripe, full-bodied, and dense, with moderately high tannin, terrific concentration, and a deep ruby color, this is a brilliant wine that tips the scales at 16.5% natural alcohol, whereas the 2006 was at 15.3%. Look for the 2005 to hit its peak in 2-3 years and last for 15 or more years. The great terroiriste and biodynamic farmer of the northern Rhone, Michel Chapoutier, continues to display impressive talent for turning out strong wines from the southern Rhone even though his undeniably strengths are his single-vineyard wines from the north."

49,00 EUR

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Prieur J., Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, 2004
Prieur J., Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, 2004
 

84,00 EUR

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Prieur J., Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru, 2004
Prieur J., Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru, 2004

"Beautiful green gold color with silvery-grey tints; in the nose full of minerality and iodine with aromas of gun-flint and notes of truffle evolving into notes of butter, bakery and fresh hazelnut; on the palate intense and distinguished it expresses refinement and clear cut with notes of spices and toast."

159,00 EUR

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