Gevrey-Chambertin 1.cru Clos Prieur 2016, Rossignol-Trapet

Servering:
14-16 °C
Gemmepotentiale:
2020-2030
Alkohol:
13 %
Lagring: 
Små fade
Velegnet til: 
Fjerkræ og Flyvende vildt
825,-
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    Gevrey-Chambertin 1.cru Clos Prieur 2016, Rossignol-Trapet

    Ren Pinot Noir dyrket biodynamisk fra 0,26 ha på 1. cru marken Clos Prieur. Clos Prieur ligger lige nedenfor Grand Cru marken Mazis-Chambertin. Jordbundstypen her hedder argo-calcaire, og giver vine med fin friskhed og nerve.

    Fine, florale noter af viol og rose over rød kirsebærfrugt. Substans og dybde men med lethed og elegance. Flot længde i eftersmagen og stort potentiale for udvikling.

    Klassisk Bourgogne er alsidige madvine. Går fint til lette retter med stegt fisk, lyst fjerkræ, fuglevildt og kalvekød, svampe og kål fungerer rigtig som tilbehør.

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    Biodynamisk præcision fra Chambertin

    "Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is a producer that has improved dramatically in recent years and to be honest, that is all the more pleasing to see because Nicolas and David Rossignol are two of the nicest winemakers you can meet."
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    90-92 p. Wine Advocate (årgang 2016)

    The 2016 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos Prieur includes around 25% new oak and 60% whole bunch fruit. This was not touched by the frost, so it recorded a normal harvest. It has a perfumed and quite floral bouquet, slightly darker fruit than the Combottes, nicely defined with a subtle oyster shell influence coming through with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, fleshy and clearly with more depth and "rondeur" than the Combottes. There is fine tension here, quite precise, not long but there is satisfying depth and presence. - Neal Martin

    90-92 p. Wine Advocate (årgang 2014)

    The 2014 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos Prieur reverts to a more floral bouquet here with rose and violet petals generously littered over the red berry fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. There is something nonchalant, almost self-effacing about this Clos Prieur, but I appreciate how the mineral limestone notes surface towards the finish. This is worth seeking out -- very fine. - Neal Martin

    16,5 p. jancisrobinson.com (årgang 2014)

    Mid crimson. Light notes of dark-red fruit and just a slight oak-spice effect. Very dry texture but not drying. Paper-fine tannins. Light-bodied, fresh and so finely textured. Refined in its supreme dryness. - Julia Harding