Jaboulet Hermitage La Chapelle 2012

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Format: 75 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: 2012
Volume (en cl): 75
Couleur: Rouge
Notes de dégustation


The first year where winemaker Caroline Frey really feels her organic farming drive paid off, the 2012 Hermitage la Chapelle is a gorgeous effort that shows the purity and texture of the vintage, as well as the class of the le Meal lieu-dit. Offering up classic black raspberry and sweet dark fruit, Asian spice, toasted bread, licorice and savory herbs, this beauty is full-bodied, beautifully concentrated and has enough tannic grip to demand 4-5 years of bottle age. It will have 3+ decades of longevity.


Saturated ruby. Seductively perfumed bouquet displays suave black and blue fruit liqueur, potpourri and incense aromas underscored by a smoky mineral quality. Gains power and spiciness with air, picking up a sexy floral pastille quality that builds in the


I’ve always loved the 2012 Hermitage La Chapelle, and this is the first vintage where winemaker Caroline Frey feels that you can see the full effect of the shift to organic viticulture. Its deep purple color is followed by a ripe, full-bodied, sexy wine loaded with notions of bouquet garni, toasted bread, spiced meats, and assorted darker fruits. Concentrated, structured, and perfectly balanced, it’s a magical Hermitage that has some accessibility today yet will cruise for another 25-30 years. - JD 03/2019