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1,5 Liter Chateauneuf du Pape

95 / 100 Robert Parker Punkte
1,5 Liter Chateauneuf du Pape

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1,5 Liter Chateauneuf du Pape

  • 2005
  • Frankreich, Rhône


  • Weinstil: Dichte & ausdrucksstarke Rotweine
    Ausbau: trocken
    Alkoholgehalt: 15,5 % Vol.
    Trinkreife: bis 2030
    Verschlussart: Naturkork
    Inhalt: 1.5 l
  • 96 Weinzeche Punkte
    95 Parker Punkte
  • Bezugsquelle
    Domaine de la Vieille Julienne
    Earl Daumen Père & Fils
    Le Grès
    FR-84100 Orange


1.5 l  (€106,60 / l) , ­Artikel-Nr.: 10469


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Über Domaine de la Vieille Julienne 1,5 Liter Chateauneuf du Pape

Die Domaine de La Vielle Julienne ist einer der herausragenden Spitzenbetriebe in Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Jean-Paul Daumen erzeugt seit Jahren in reiner Handarbeit Weltklasseweine voll berauschender Frucht.

Robert Parker THE WINE ADVOCATE Ausgabe 214 über den Jahrgang 2005 : “The most masculine and structured of the group, the 2005 Chateauneuf du Pape is locked and loaded, with serious concentration, big tannin and no shortage of length on the nish. Coming from a year that featured a cool summer and then scorching temps around harvest, this beauty doles out loads of creme de cassis, licorice, graphite and crushed rock-like minerality, as well as a seamless, perfectly balanced prole. Give it another 2-3 years and drink it through 2025. One of my favorite producers, Vieille Julienne is run by the brilliant Jean-Paul Daumen. Coming all from a cool, mostly sandy terroir located in the northern part of the appellation, these traditionally made wines possess singular characters that have both richness and depth on the palate, as well as notable elegance and freshness. They epitomize this tiny terroir and are more Vieille Julienne than they are Chateauneuf du Pape. For this tasting, we focused on his traditional Chateauneuf (which is now broken up into two cuvees, the Trois Sources and the Hauts Lieux) and his Reserve bottling, which is produced only when this tiny plot of vines oers something unique to say. Looking rst at Jean-Paul’s traditional Chateauneuf (made up until 2009), it is always a rough blend of close to 90% Grenache, with smaller components of Syrah, Mourvedre, Counoise and Cinsault. Completely destemmed, it’s aged in older foudre and never sees any new wood. While it comes from a cooler terroir in the northern part of the appellation (and Jean-Paul favors harvesting on the earlier side), it never lacks for richness and is a concentrated, structured eort that benets from cellar time. Moving to the Reserve bottling, this cuvee comes from a single plot of 100+-year-old vines, planted in what looks like pure beach sand. It’s also slightly more Grenache dominated than the classic cuvee, with the blend containing 90-95% Grenache and the balance Cinsault and Syrah. It too is completely destemmed and aged all in older foudres. First made in 1994, it’s only produced when Jean-Paul feels that the plot has something special to say.” 95 Punkte

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