Weißwein, Rhone - Nordrhone, 2005 Frankreich Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage blanc

-- Winespectator: --Winspectator: Dense and packed, but amazingly bright at the same time, this offers dried papaya and pineapple fruit backed by a paraffin note, with fresh floral, white peach and heather honey notes. Then the long, superstony finish takes over, and sails on nearly...

Weißwein, Rhone - Nordrhone, 2007 Frankreich Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage blanc

-- Jeb Dunnuck: More supple and elegant than the ’06, with downright pretty notes of white flowers, buttered bread, and honeysuckle, the 2007 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage Blanc sports amazing purity of fruit as well as a focused profile. Gaining complexity with air, picking up...

Weißwein, Rhone - Nordrhone, 2008 Frankreich Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage blanc

-- Jeb Dunnuck: Steely and crisp, with dominating crushed rock like minerality that’s buffered by notions of golden apples, citrus, flowers, toasted nuts, and crème, the 2008 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage Blanc fleshes out beautifully in the glass to show a medium to full-bodied,...

Weißwein, Rhone - Nordrhone, 2011 Frankreich Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage blanc

-- Parker: Just bottled, the 2011 Hermitage Blanc also shows the richer side of Hermitage with its full-bodied, voluptuously textured and up-front profile. Honeysuckle, licorice, toast, citrus oil and liquid mineral-like qualities all emerge from this beauty, and it stays beautifully...

Weißwein, Rhone - Nordrhone, 2012 Frankreich Jean Louis Chave

Hermitage blanc

-- Parker: Much more open, fleshy and sexy, the 2012 Hermitage Blanc was just bottled a month prior to this tasting. Coming from l’Ermite, Les Rocoules, Maison Blanche and Peleat lieux-dits, it’s always a rough blend of 80% Marsanne and 20% Roussanne that’s aged in barrel. Loaded with...

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