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Domaine YANN CHAVE Hermitage 2019
Domaine YANN CHAVE Hermitage 2019

Domaine YANN CHAVE Hermitage 2019

$690

Only 21 left in stock
*Case price discount: Buy a Case (6 x 75 CL) to get the best price for each bottle.

SKU:

87089429

 

  • Wine Region:  Rhone Valley - France
  • Terroirs: Hermitage  
  • Grape: Syrah (100%)
  • Color: Red
  • Farming: Certified Organic

Tasting notes

Dark red with a near-black core. Intense bouquet of blackberry jam, liquorice sticks and blackcurrants with subtle forest notes. Complex and great mouthfeel with supple tannins. Ripe cherry aromas and a touch of menthol on the palate.

Jeb Dunnuck 94 points | Decanter 95 points | Robert Parker 93 points


"Chave's 2017 Hermitage showed beautifully, with a core of sweet blackberry and plum fruits as well as plenty of spice, crushed flowers, and mineral aromas and flavors. Rich, full-bodied, and balanced, drink this sexy Hermitage any time over the coming 10-15 years or more. This cuvée comes all from Chave’s 1.15 hectare in the Beaumes and Péléat lieux-dit, is destemmed, and was brought up all in demi-muids." Jeb Dunnuck


Yann Chave is a young man who today creates some of the best and most elegant wines of the Northern Rhône. Yann took over from his father Bernard in 1996, having worked previously as a bank fraud inspector in Paris. He found that an office based career was not at all to his liking and so decided to try working with his father. Bernard’s wines were good without being exceptional, perhaps partly explained by the fact that his attention was also taken up cultivating apricots, cherries and peaches.

Domaine Yann Chave, in the commune Mercurol, spans 18 hectares in the Crozes-Hermitage and Hermitage appellations. Yann Chave's parents were keen for him to move away from his agricultural background. In 1996 however, after many years of study, he abandoned his career in financial auditing to return to the family domain and fulfill his passion for wine making. Having suffered poisoning from an insecticide he was using to treat his vines he started looking for alternative solutions and began practising organic viticulture in the early 2000s.

The property was certified organic in 2007. Wines from this domain are of a very high quality, with plenty of character. Cuvées from his single-hectare plot on the iconic Colline de l'Hermitage are a particularly fine interpretation of the terroir.

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