Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Farconnet Hermitage Syrah 2010

$84.95

Pre-Arrival, Crush SKU: 6f597

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Ratings on Delectable

Max Reichwage Delectable Pro

Great bottle, slightly hard tannins but beginning to resolve, ripe yet elegant Syrah

Great bottle, slightly hard tannins but beginning to resolve, ripe yet elegant Syrah

9.1

Donald Patz Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Patz & Hall

Impressive. Powerhouse

Impressive. Powerhouse

9.3

Mark Morgan Delectable Pro

Dusty tannins. Needs more time.

Dusty tannins. Needs more time.

8.8

Kevin Cahoon

Nose is a touch closed with graphite, plum cassis and black cherry fruit. Has nice accent of warm earth and soy. Palate is tight and more closed than the nose. Superb balance between fruit, tannins and acidity but not very generous. One to ignore for 3 to 5 more years.

Nose is a touch closed with graphite, plum cassis and black cherry fruit. Has nice accent of warm earth and soy. Palate is tight and more closed than the nose. Superb balance between fruit, tannins and acidity but not very generous. One to ignore for 3 to 5 more years.

9.3

Jeff Ary

Great for cooking rack of lamb

Great for cooking rack of lamb

9.1

Michael Perry

Damn, so young and still so good.

Damn, so young and still so good.

9.2

WC Fields

Reaffirming my love for northern rhone Syrah. All going on.

Reaffirming my love for northern rhone Syrah. All going on.

9.4

Jean-Philip Journeault

2010

2010

9.0

Devin Bray

Subtler than expected at first, but perhaps this is typical of Hermitage Syrah. Blueberry and barnyard hay on the nose, a bit of rotten cherry acidity up front, a small amount of understated spice, a pleasant raspberry jamminess, and an extremely smooth finish with few tannins. Drinks very easily. Thinner in mouthfeel than the Crozes-Hermitage or the St. Joseph. Opens up significantly over time, with spiciness, fruit, and even body increasing dramatically over the course of the first hour. Eventually reveals amazingly deep flavors of plum, blackberry, and black cherry, with savory herbs and flowers on the finish.

Subtler than expected at first, but perhaps this is typical of Hermitage Syrah. Blueberry and barnyard hay on the nose, a bit of rotten cherry acidity up front, a small amount of understated spice, a pleasant raspberry jamminess, and an extremely smooth finish with few tannins. Drinks very easily. Thinner in mouthfeel than the Crozes-Hermitage or the St. Joseph. Opens up significantly over time, with spiciness, fruit, and even body increasing dramatically over the course of the first hour. Eventually reveals amazingly deep flavors of plum, blackberry, and black cherry, with savory herbs and flowers on the finish.

9.6

Noah Raizman

Baby Chave Hermitage. Great. Meaty, balanced, rich but low EtOH. Not the density of the Real Thing, but great for a younger drinker

Baby Chave Hermitage. Great. Meaty, balanced, rich but low EtOH. Not the density of the Real Thing, but great for a younger drinker

9.2

Location

  • 153 E 57th Street
    New York, NY 10022

  • Hours:
    Monday–Friday, 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
    Saturday, 12p.m. - 8 p.m.

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