chateauneuf_le_pied_de_baud_santa_duc

Chateauneuf-du-Pape le Pied de Baud 2016, Domaine Santa Duc

Land:
Frankrig
Servering:
14-16 °C
Område:
Rhone
Gemmepotentiale:
2019-2030
Alkohol:
14,5 %
Lagring: 
Store fade
Velegnet til: 
Gris, Lam, Løbende vildt og Oksekød
425,-
Udsolgt
  • Beskrivelse

    Chateauneuf-du-Pape le Pied de Baud 2016, Domaine Santa Duc

    Fra marken la Pied de Baud der har en blanding af grus og rødt ler i jordbunden - beliggende i den nordvestlige ende af Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Lavet på 80 % Grenache, 15 % Mourvèdre og 5 % Cinsault. Høstet i hånden, gæret naturligt og lagret på store foudres og amforaer af terrakotta i ca 18 måneder inden flaskning.

    Flot, kølig bærintensitet i duften med aromaer af krydderurter, lavendel og sort peber. Mineralsk, saftig og meget koncentreret i smagen med en lang, lang afslutning.

    Til kraftige retter med lammekød, oksekød eller vildt. Flot til juleanden og til det bedste på grillen.

  • Producenten
    Topvine fra Gigondas og Chateauneuf.

    Santa Duc i Gigondas har længe været en af vores nærmeste samarbejdspartnere. Gunnar og Yves Gras havde et særligt bånd - "tout est possible" var deres fælles valgsprog; alt er muligt, alt kan lade sig gøre, og det har altid gået begge veje.
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    96-99 p. Wine Advocate

    One of my favorite wines in the cellar, the 2016 Chateauneuf du Pape Le Pied de Baud is full-bodied yet positively light, airy and elegant. Dried spices and licorice notes provide complexity to the cherry and plum fruit, wrapped together in a lovely, long, silky finish. - Joe Czerwinski

    94 p. James Suckling

    Wild flowers and abundant garrigue aromas with red berries and plums. The palate is succulent, energetic and lithe. Really juicy and mouthwatering, delivering ample flavor and freshness combined.

    91-93 p. Vinous

    Bright ruby-red. Heady, complex scents of red and dark berry preserves, baking spices and smoked meat. Densely packed but lively, offering sappy black raspberry and bitter cherry flavors that take a sweeter turn on the back half. Shows strong, spicy thrust on the finish, which features mounting tannins and a suave floral nuance. - Josh Raynolds

    94 p. Wine Advocate (2015)

    The 2015 Chateauneuf du Pape Le Pied de Baud, a blend of 80% Grenache, 15% Mourvèdre and 5% Cinsault, offers compelling scents of rose petals and raspberries on the nose. While not as richly textural as some of the other cuvées, it's still a lovely, hauntingly fragrant example of Châteauneuf du Pape. Gigondas-based Yves Gras has quietly grown his holdings in Châteauneuf du Pape to six hectares, from which he's producing four separate cuvées. I'm sure it will hurt some feelings to say an outsider like Gras is producing some of the most compelling examples of Châteauneuf du Pape, but keep in mind these are generally tiny-production gems and not easy to track down - Joe Czerwinski

    94 p. James Suckling (2015)

    This has an array of darker berry and plum fruits with a brambly, lightly spicy edge, too. The palate delivers impeccably fresh, lithe and detailed tannin texture, as well as blue fruit flavors. Juicy and energetic. Long finish. Try from 2020.

    91-93 p. Vinous (2015)

    Deep ruby. Ripe dark berry and licorice aromas are complicated by suggestions of smoky minerals, garrigue and lavender, and a subtle hint of peppery spices emerges with air. Juicy and deeply concentrated yet energetic as well, offering sweet blackberry, cherry cola and violet pastille flavors and a refreshing jolt of minerality. The long, sappy finish features resonating florality and velvety tannins that fold steadily into the clinging, appealingly sweet fruit. - Josh Raynolds