Chateau La Serre 2021 (Subskription)

89-91 R. Parkers Wine Advocate, W. Kelley; 89-91 Vinous, N. Martin; 88-90 Vinous, A. Galloni; 91 Falstaff, P. Moser; 92 Decanter, G. Hindle; 91-92 J. Suckling; 92 J. Anson
ab
42,50 €
56,67 € pro 1 l
inkl. 19% USt. , zzgl. Versand (Subskription)
  • Lieferstatus: 2021er Subskripition, Auslieferung 2024
  • Lieferzeit: 702 - 704 Werktage (Ausland)
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Beschreibung

- 89-91 Punkte Robert Parkers WINE ADVOCATE, William Kelley: „A strong effort that punches above its weight this year, the 2021 La Serre exhibits aromas of sweet berries, rose petals and smoke, followed by a medium-bodied, supple and satiny palate. Seamless and melting, it concludes with a saline finish. It derives from a small, four-hectare vineyard located on Saint-Émilion's limestone plateau (near Château Trotteveille) that has recently undergone extensive replanting. Tasted twice.“

- 89-91 Punkte VINOUS, Neal Martin: „The 2021 La Serre has a very cohesive and generous bouquet, quite opulent fort he vintage with red cherries, blueberry and subtle violet scents. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, moderate depth, well balanced with a fresh, poised finish. A little gem (again).“

- 88-90 Punkte VINOUS, Antonio Galloni: „The 2021 La Serre is soft, fruity and easy to like. An initial burst of dark red cherry, plum spice, licorice and coffee gives La Serre a lovely sense of immediacy. Soft contours and silky tannins give this mig-weight, supple Saint-Emilion quite a bit of charm.“

- 91 Punkte FALSTAFF, Peter Moser: „Kräftiges Rubingranat, violette Reflexe, breitere Randaufhellung. Kräuterwürze, feine Nuancen von Brombeerkonfitüre und Orangenzesten, tabakig unterlegt. Saftig, schokoladig, finessenreich strukturiert, etwas Gewürznelken, feine Tannine, reife Herzkirschen, bleibt haften, gut entwickelt, verfügt über Potenzial.“

- 92 Punkte DECANTER, Georgina Hindle: „Gorgeous deep perfumed nose, full of ripe red and black fruits, a lovely cranberry tang. Enticingly high acidity here, really so bright on the initial impact settling to reveal a chalky redcurrant, blackberry and plum centre with such fine and integrated tannins. Smooth and sleek, this has a gently round body with a delicate and easy-drinking appeal and soft florality that I love. Super-fresh and vibrant, the acidity is so perfectly judged with the bramble fruits and lifted, cooling, minty finish. A beautiful glass of wine. Could easily drink this soon. Succulent and supple, this is refined and just easy to like. Drinking Window 2024 – 2036“

- 91-92 Punkte JAMES SUCKLING: „A firm and rather creamy wine with black cherries. Medium body. Bright acidity. Crunchy and delicious finish.“

- 92 Punkte JANE ANSON: „A 7ha vineyard on clay-limestone, this is always a name that I look out for, and it has delivered again in 2021, while not shying away from the character of the vintage. You'll find a creamy sweetness to the blackberry fruits on the opening beats, but the woodsmoke reduction and steely minerality close things up pretty fast as the pumice-stone limestone steps up. This is worth looking out for, everything in place for softening over ageing, sculpted and cool. Harvest October 4 to October 10.“

Decanter: 92 DEC
Falstaff: 91 FAL
Vinous: 90 VS
Jane Anson: 92 JA
James Suckling: 91 JS
Produkt: Rotwein
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Jahrgang: 2021
Parker Wine Advocate: 90 RPWA
Land: Frankreich
Appellation: Saint Emilion
Klassifzierung: Grand Cru Classé
Rebsorte(n): Merlot Cabernet Franc
Region: Bordeaux
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Reben: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc
Im Weinberg: Ton und Kalkstein
Im Weinkeller: Kalte Mazeration vor der Vergärung, malolaktische Fermentation in temperaturkontrollierten Edelstahl- und Betontanks; 18 Monate in Eiche (50% neu)
% vol Alk: 14,5
Notizen des Weinguts: This 7 hectare vineyard is situated along the edge of Saint-Émilion’s famous limestone terrace, just a few dozen meters from the center of this medieval town. The vineyard is planted on a south-facing limestone plateau (hence its name, “the greenhouse”) covered with a thin layer of clay and averages 35 years of age. M. d’Arfeuille, the estate’s passionate owner, favors a traditional approach in both the vineyard and the winery and his methods ensure that this exceptional terroir is perfectly expressed in his wines. The soil is tilled manually to avoid the use of herbicides, and vineyard work is kept to the minimum to allow the vineyard’s natural character to shine through. Traditional interventions such as pruning and disbudding suffice to control yields. In the cellar, pre-fermentary cold maceration and optical sorting allow only the purest expression of this privileged terroir. M. d’Arfeuille and his team seek balance in all aspects of winemaking, pursuing the legendary elegance of the wines that have been produced on this historic land for centuries. The wines of Château La Serre are deep and generous with a streak of minerality. 2021 Vintage The 2021 vintage demanded careful attention throughout the year, but the challenge united the vigneronnes and vignerons who produced, thanks to their efforts, a crop of good quality. Fastidious vineyard work, a gentle approach in the cellar, attention to detail and judicious decision-making were key in producing charming, delicate, elegant wines. The rainy and mild winter brought on an early and uneven budbreak. This early development put the young buds at risk of a spring frost, such as the one that occured during the nights of the 6th and 7th of April, when temperatures dropped to -3 and -4°C, but the vineyard of Château La Serre was spared. Flowering unfolded very nicely at the end of May, but the heterogeneity from budbreak persisted. June and July were mostly gloomy with a few gorgeous hot and sunny episodes in the middle of each month. Veraison occurred slowly. August was dry and nearly caught up the summer’s lack of sunshine. Over the summer, vineyard work (green harvesting, leaf-plucking, secondary shoot removal...) helped to even out ripeness among the grape clusters. Harvest took place from October 4th to 10th under favorable conditions, with optimal maturity reached on most parcels.
Potenziell allergene Substanzen: Enthält Sulfite. Kann Spuren von Eiweiß, Gelatine und Milch enthalten.
Warnungen: Der Konsum von alkoholhaltigen Getränken während der Schwangerschaft kann selbst in geringen Mengen schwere Konsequenzen für die Gesundheit des Kindes nach sich ziehen.
Hersteller: JEAN-PIERRE MOUEIX, 54, quai du Priourat BP 129, F-33502 Libourne CEDEX