Jaboulet Hermitage La Chapelle 2010 (Magnum)

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CHF 350.00
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Format: 150 cl
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Hermitage La Chapelle de Jaboulet est une grande syrah bien connue des amateurs qui est assemblée à partir des meilleurs terroirs de l'appellation: Méal, Bessards, Greffieux, Rocoules. Tirée de vieilles vignes aux rendements très faibles, La Chapelle est élevée 15 à 18 mois sous bois.
Producteur: Domaine Paul Jaboulet Ainé
Région: Rhône
Appellation: Hermitage
Millésime: 2010
Volume (en cl): 150
Couleur: Rouge
Notes de dégustation


The inky colored 2010 Hermitage la Chapelle is a blockbuster in the making, but is certainly not for those craving instant gratification. Massively concentrated and dense, it offers sensational minerality to go with tons of dark fruits, bacon, black olive, beef blood and graphite. Building in the glass and showing more and more mid-palate density and serious amounts of tannin, this serious, chiseled and structured Hermitage needs to be forgotten for another decade.


Inky, glass-staining ruby. An exotically perfumed bouquet evokes dark fruit liqueur, smoky Indian spices, potpourri and cracked pepper. Deep but lively, offering palate-coating blueberry and cherry-cola flavors and a sexy note of candied violet. This wine


The 2010 Hermitage La Chapelle is a big, inky, blockbuster styled effort that’s just now starting to enter its drink window. A huge perfume of black (and some blue) fruits, rendered bacon fat, iron, and graphite notes all lead to a powerful, full-bodied Hermitage that has incredibly purity and depth, awesome concentration, and building yet polished tannins. It’s an incredible wine that is still going to benefit from another 4-5 years of bottle age, and I suspect it will see its 50th birthday in fine form. - JD 03/2019