JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE Rouge 1997
JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE Rouge 1997
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1997 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE Rouge 1997

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Die Meinung der Experten

94 / 100
Robert PARKER - The Wine Advocate
The 1997 Hermitage rouge is unusual in its fruit-forward, user-friendly style. The color is a dense rubypurple. The gorgeous, evolved bouquet of cassis, minerals, herbs, underbrush, and licorice is intense. Creamy-textured, full-bodied, and opulent, this low acid, gloriously ripe, layered 1997 can be drunk now, but promises to be even better with another 5-6 years of cellaring; it will last for 20-25 years.
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93 / 100
Wine Spectator Juli - 2000
Wine Spectator
Amazingly velvety mouthfeel marks this balanced and beautiful '97 Rhône red. Smooth, rich, ripe yet fresh, it caresses the palate, delivering blackberry, wet earth and sweet tannins in a clean package. Very long finish is redolent of smoke, toast and grilled meat.
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Jahrgang Wein  1997
Region Rhône
Bezeichnung Hermitage Rouge
Farbe Rot
Volumen 0.75 l
Land Frankreich
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave

The Jean Louis Chave estate is the jewel of a centuries-old family. Jean Louis Chave is the sixth generation of winemakers from this estate. The estate is renowned for its very high quality Hermitage wines.

Located in the north of the Rhône region, the estate includes a 10 hectare vineyard for the production of its red wines; including a plot of very old Les Roucoules vines, another 80-year-old Les Bessards, relatively young vines at Ermite, extremely old at Péléat and Beaumes, and 50-year-old vines at Méal. Each of these vineyards produces a wine with slightly different aroma, texture and flavor palettes, but the "sum of the parts" is far more interesting than each cuvée taken individually.

The red Hermitage of the Chave estate becomes dazzling after several years of aging. Full and concentrated, magnificently complex and racy, it develops a wide range of aromas ranging from blackcurrant to smoke, including notes of prune and spices. The white, from the Jean Louis Chave estate, develops creamy and honeyed aromas of hazelnut, peach and apricot, of a rare smoothness, has an aging potential of several decades. These Hermitages impose themselves, by their freshness, their balance, their delicacy, and their length, clearly above all the others.