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Chapoutier Le Pavillon Ermitage

0,75 L. I Vintage: 2014
489, 86€
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Photo Chapoutier Le Pavillon Ermitage red wine
Chapoutier Le Pavillon Ermitage
0, 75 L.
489, 86€
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Type: Red Unfortified still wines
  • Capacity: 0, 75 L.
  • Alcohol content: 14, 0º


2016 100
2015 99
2014 96
2013 98
2012 100

Clean and bright Intense garnet red color with purple reflections. Very nice to look at.


Entry into the nose with great intensity, where the first contact with the glass smoky aromas are perceived, but they evolve to fruit notes where raspberry and blackberry notes with a touch of spices predominate, and which make the balance insured.


In the mouth, it is shown with a lot of complexity and with a strong entrance, certainly veiled but balanced. With a long and persistent finish, and with a retro-nasal where the notes of cocoa and tobacco predominate.

Ermitage wines possess a rich historical past.

This plot has an area of approximatively 4 ha. It has given its name to this plot selection and has a particular geology. This soil is made up with sediments on a fine layer being on a granitic subsoil. Grapes are hand-harvested to the limit of over-maturity. Due to their age, these vines give low yields. Totally destemmed, the grapes ferment in concrete tanks. From one to two daily treadings ensure a good extraction. The temperature of fermentation does not exceed 32°C. Maceration lasts between 4 and 5 weeks, to obtain a polymerization of tannins. Only the free-run wine is used for this single vineyard.

They were appreciated as early on as Roman times when they were enjoyed (as well as Côte Rotie wines) under the name of " Vienne wines "and were later to be called " Saint Christopher's hillside wines " because of a chapel there bearing the saint's name. They were also to be known of as " Tournon wines ".

The name of Ermitage probably first appeared in the XVIIth Century in memory of Henry Gaspard, a knight from Stérimberg : who having come back from the Crusades (in the XIIIth Century) and tired of waging war, lived as a hermite on a hillside which had been given to him by Anne of Castille, Queen of Spain.

There he planted a vineyard. Alexander Dumas as well as the Tsar Nicholas II are among the many connoisseurs of this particularly highly estimated wine.

Chapoutier Le Pavillon Ermitage

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