Hermitage La Chapelle 1998, Paul Jaboulet Aine

Hermitage La Chapelle 1998, Paul Jaboulet Aine

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The softest, most precocious of the three most recent vintages of the famed Hermitage La Chapelle is the 1998. Its deep ruby/purple colour is followed by a sweet blackberry and cassis-scented nose that has not yet begun to take on the secondary nuances of leather, dried herbs, and foresty notes. A full-bodied wine, it has a sweet attack, high tannin, and excellent concentration and purity. If my instincts are right, it will require 6-8 years of bottle age, and should keep for 2-3 decades. A medium-weight La Chapelle , it will not be as concentrated and fat as the 1997, not as backward and dense as the 1996.

Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (125), October 1999

Paul Jaboulet Aîné Hermitage La Chapelle 1995 is a mature Syrah from the hill of Hermitage in the northern Rhône valley. This cuvée is named after the tiny chapel which sits atop the hill of Hermitage overlooking the river Tain which runs through the valley. The chapel was purchased by the Jaboulet family in 1919 and has give then name to their iconic Hermitage red ever since

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