Paul Jaboulet Aîné La Chapelle Hermitage Syrah 2011

$149

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Ratings on Delectable

Yianni Stoner Delectable Pro

Dark red fruits, good density, barrel cinnamon.

Dark red fruits, good density, barrel cinnamon.

9.2

Daron Watson Delectable Pro

slightly subdued nose of violets, plum & cassis ~ richness integrated w tart fruits & tobacco finish

slightly subdued nose of violets, plum & cassis ~ richness integrated w tart fruits & tobacco finish

9.3

Mike Trupiano Delectable Pro

Built

Built

9.4

Nathaniel DiMaggio Delectable Pro

Hitting spots. Such a great bottle. Easily accessible fruit with a solid backbone.

Hitting spots. Such a great bottle. Easily accessible fruit with a solid backbone.

8.9

Nathaniel DiMaggio Delectable Pro

Yea baby! Came out swinging. Lots of wine here but balanced very well. Needed a good amount of air but this was absolutely singing.

Yea baby! Came out swinging. Lots of wine here but balanced very well. Needed a good amount of air but this was absolutely singing.

9.0

Kevin Walsh Delectable Pro

Wine blogger doxologywine.com; Freelance Sommelier (Court of Master Sommeliers) Doxology Wine Consulting

Red fruit, peppers and violets. This wine is best for drinking soon as it doesn't have the fruit to last for much more than 8-10 years.

Red fruit, peppers and violets. This wine is best for drinking soon as it doesn't have the fruit to last for much more than 8-10 years.

9.5

Alex Powell Delectable Pro

Brooding nose of leather, smoke olive black cherry tar, dried meat and licorice, deep and complex. Massive but tight on palate, loads of cherry olivine extract, but quite sharp. Very mineral, big mid, acid could be higher. Very syrah, and high caliber juice...far too young to drink though. Give at least 7-8 more years..2011 vintage.

Brooding nose of leather, smoke olive black cherry tar, dried meat and licorice, deep and complex. Massive but tight on palate, loads of cherry olivine extract, but quite sharp. Very mineral, big mid, acid could be higher. Very syrah, and high caliber juice...far too young to drink though. Give at least 7-8 more years..2011 vintage.

9.1

Tom Kobylarz Delectable Pro

2011 this was showing pretty well actually, cracked pepper, purple and blue fruit notes, meat and crushed rocks.

2011 this was showing pretty well actually, cracked pepper, purple and blue fruit notes, meat and crushed rocks.

8.7

Philip Deibel

We enjoyed this bottle last night, but this is a much cooler picture. Earlier this year my sister was invited to a fundraiser in LA where a friend purchased every seat at Thomas Keller’s table. Not only did her friend invite her to come with her boyfriend, but he also invited her to bring our parents. After Christmas I wanted to let her take a bottle back to LA for the dinner. It was a hard decision, but I went with some old world class. It turns out that he knows the producer well and is a big fan! Phew! I’ll be honest, I was blown away by Alban’s Reva, but then we opened this and it just screamed class. Such a refined and elegant beast. Balanced/Seamless.

We enjoyed this bottle last night, but this is a much cooler picture. Earlier this year my sister was invited to a fundraiser in LA where a friend purchased every seat at Thomas Keller’s table. Not only did her friend invite her to come with her boyfriend, but he also invited her to bring our parents. After Christmas I wanted to let her take a bottle back to LA for the dinner. It was a hard decision, but I went with some old world class. It turns out that he knows the producer well and is a big fan! Phew! I’ll be honest, I was blown away by Alban’s Reva, but then we opened this and it just screamed class. Such a refined and elegant beast. Balanced/Seamless.

9.5

Hanibal

Not the biggest concentration but with air it was getting better. If opening now slow ox for at least 6 hours

Not the biggest concentration but with air it was getting better. If opening now slow ox for at least 6 hours

9.1

Location

  • 32 Westchester Ave.
    Pound Ridge, NY 10576

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