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  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1988

    Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1988

    "And lastly, the 1988 Hermitage is an elegant, perfumed and mineral-laced effort that's drinking at point. Giving up plenty of sweet cherry and red currants, leather, crushed rock and hints of green olive, it has no hard edges, solid mid-palate richness and a focused finish. It's a mature, elegant and classy Hermitage to drink over the coming 4-5 years. 95/100". Jeb Dunnock, erobertparker.com

    • Bottle £240.00
    • Bottle Case £2,880.00
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  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1993

    Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1993

    This vintage, which is generally horrible (many producers declassified because the fruit was so rotten), is a surprising success in a few cellars. Chave's 1993, which will probably be dumped by retailers because of the vintage's reputation, is an excellent wine. Some acidity does poke through in the finish, but the wine exhibits plenty of pure, ripe black and red fruits that are neither vegetal nor moldy. It possesses good density and medium body, and appears to be one of the two finest Hermitages of this justifiably maligned vintage (the other being the remarkable Ermitage Le Pavilion from Ch

    • Bottle £110.00
    • Bottle Case £1,320.00
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  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1999

    Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 1999

    "More in the style of the '01, the 1999 Hermitage is a serious effort that gives up a mineral-drenched profile of red and blackcurrants, beef blood, iron and dried flowers. More forward on the nose than the palate, with a tight, yet seamless texture that carries ample concentration and length, with bright acidity, it should continue to shine for another decade. 94/100." Jeb Dunnock, erobertparker.com

    • Bottle £240.00
    • Bottle Case £2,880.00
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  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 2005

    Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 2005

    "Made in a totally different style, the masculine, backward 2005 Hermitage exhibits an inky/dark ruby/purple color along with aromas of graphite, creme de cassis, licorice, roasted herbs, and scorched earth. The minerality and tannins dominate this gamy, thick, rich 2005, which, given its tannic structure, is closest in style to a vintage such as 1995 or 1998. Give it 7-10 more years of cellaring, and drink it over the following three decades." 95+/100. Robert Parker

    • Bottle £225.00
    • Bottle Case £2,700.00
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  • Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 2007

    Hermitage: Jean-Louis Chave Rouge 2007

    "The spectacular 2007 Hermitage boasts a dense purple color along with notes of creme de cassis, loamy soil, crushed rocks and acacia flowers, a rare opulence and a full-bodied style. Reminiscent of the 1991 Hermitage (a great vintage for Chave as well as most top producers in Hermitage), it should drink well for 20-25 years. 95/100, Drink 2011-2036." Robert Parker

    • Magnum £325.00
    • Magnum Case £1,950.00
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