Othello Napa Valley red 2018 Othello Wine Cellar
Othello 2018 Napa Valley red

weiteres von

Othello 2018 Napa Valley red

Art.Nr.:
2022008654
2-5 Werktage 2-5 Werktage  (Ausland abweichend)
Inhalt in Liter:
0.75
Ursprungsland:
USA
Region:
Napa Valley
Lage:
Napanook
Rebsorte(n):
91% Cabernet Sauvignon | 5% Petit Verdot | 4% Cabernet Franc
James Suckling:
94
Bodenformation:
Gravelly and clay loam
Ausbau::
14 Monate in französischen Holzfässern
Geschmack:
trocken
Verschlussart:
Naturkorken
Lagerpotenzial ab Jahrgang:
8 – 10 Jahre
dekantieren / karaffieren:
ja 1 Stunde
Trinktemperatur (in Grad °C):
16 – 18
unsere interne Kategorie:
smart Buy
Alkoholgehalt in Vol.%:
14.5
Allergene:
enthält Sulfite
Herstelleradresse / Inverkehrbringer:
Jean-Pierre MOUEIX 54. quai du Priourat BP 129 33502 Libourne CEDEX
38,50 EUR

51,33 EUR pro l

inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand

Kunden, welche diesen Artikel bestellten, haben auch folgende Artikel gekauft:

Domaine l’enclos Chablis 1er Cru Vau de Vey AOC 2019 je Flasche 28.90€
 BIO 
 
Verkostungsnotiz von Marian Henß. 02.09.2020 Vinaturel:

Farbe:
Funkelndes Gelb. helle Reflexe

Nase:
In der Nase zeigen sich zunächst leicht rauchige Anklänge. Begleitet von reifer Birne und karamellisierter Quitte. kommt auch ein wenig geröstete Mandel und nasse Kreide zum Vorschein. Man könnte fast an eine Birnen-Tarte mit Mandeln denken. Zarte Röstaromen aber vor allem der reine Kalkstein mit etwas Heu und Bergkräutern wirken vielversprechend. Unweigerlich drängen sich Gedanken an salzig-süßes Popcorn auf. Das ist typisch für den kühlen Norden des Burgunds und seinen Purismus.

Gaumen:
Am Gaumen wirkt der Vau de Vey dann kraftvoll und intensiv. Zeitgleich vermittelt er die Reinheit eines Chablis gnadenlos gut. Puristisch und geradlinig. Die reife gelbe Frucht kommt mit dem Säuredruck wunderbar zurecht. Am Gaumen dann austrocknend karg mit viel Kalkmineralität. Im Abgang von zartem Schmelz begleitet präsentiert er die Karamell- und Röstnoten aus der Nase.
 
28,90 EUR
38,53 EUR pro l
Napanook 2018 Napa Valley Dominus Estate
93+
97
93
94
 
97 Sucklingpunkte für den Napanook 2018 Napa Valley YountvilleJames Suckling im Mai 2021:

This is so drinkable now. Savory and yummy. Lots of blackberries, blueberries and currants. Full-to medium-bodied, tight and silky with beautiful freshness and finesse. So long and caressing, yet tightly grained tannins give it tension. Lovely drinkability. Available April 2020. Drink or hold.

 
93+ Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Napanook 2018 Napa Valley YountvilleLisa Perrotti Brown im Februar 2021:

Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2018 Napanook leaps from the glass with vivacious scents of fresh blueberries, black cherries, crushed blackcurrants and redcurrant jelly with hints of pencil shavings, red roses and dusty soil plus a waft of bay leaves. Medium-bodied, the palate is very tightly wound, allowing glimpses at loads of mineral and savory nuances among the taut black and red fruit notes, supported by fine-grained tannins and bold freshness, finishing with a compelling herbal lift.

 
93 Punkte vom Vinous-Team für den Napanook 2018 Napa Valley YountvilleAntonio Galloni im Oktober 2021:

The 2018 Napanook is every bit the charmer it was last year. Succulent and racy out of the glass, the 2018 is such a gorgeous wine. Silky tannins and generous fruit give the 2018 so much immediacy and appeal. Black cherry, plum, menthol, spice and licorice are pushed forward

 
94 Punkte von Jeb Dunnuck für den Napanook 2018 Napa Valley YountvilleJeb Dunnuck im Januar 2021:

The 2018 Napanook showed incredibly well, with fabulous crème de cassis, spring flowers, graphite, and green tobacco aromas and flavors. With terrific ripeness, medium to full body, and ripe, yet polished tannins, this beauty should be snatched up by savvy readers. It should evolve for 15 years or more. The blend is 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Cabernet Franc, and the rest Petit Verdot, aged in 20% new French oak.
 
79,95 EUR
106,60 EUR pro l
Domius Napa Valley 2018 Dominus Estate Yountville
 
Platz 1 der TOP 100 Liste des Winespectator für das Jahr 2021
WINE OF THE YEAR

97 Punkte vom Wine Spectator für denJames Molesworth im Oktober 2021:
BEST EVER für den Winespectator - kein Wein des Dominus Estate wurde je höher bewertet.

This is tightly packed, with sleek, pure, driven notes of cassis, plum reduction and blackberry puree allied to an iron spine, while subtle alder, juniper, sweet bay leaf and tobacco notes peek in throughout. Very fine-grained, but impressively sturdy in feel, with a long, lingering note of iron piercing the finish. For the cellar. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Best from 2024 through 2040. 4,000 cases made.

 
100 Sucklingpunkte für denJames Suckling beschreibt den Dominus Napa Valley 2018 im Mai 2021: 

This is incredible on the nose, offering hot stones, blackcurrants, iodine and wet earth. Full-bodied with a tight center palate, then it opens with a tannin structure that is weightless and spreads across the palate. Totally integrated on the palate. This is a magic-carpet wine. Really incredible. One of the reference points for the vintage. Drinkable now and please try a bottle, but it’s one for the cellar.

 
99 Parker Punkte für den Lisa Perrotti Brown beschreibt den Dominus 2018 im Februar 2021:

Very deep garnet-purple colored, the 2018 Dominus slowly emerges from the glass with profound notes of blackcurrant cordial, ripe black plums, boysenberries and Black Forest cake with hints of violets, star anise, cracked black pepper, raspberry leaves and pencil lead, plus a touch of garrigue. Medium to full-bodied, the palate delivers impactful black fruit layers, creating a beguiling sense of richness that is beautifully countered by invigorating freshness and great poise, framed by super ripe, plush tannins and beautiful tension, finishing on a lingering fragrant earth note and, finally, lots of mineral sparks. For all that it is at the moment, one cannot help but feel that this 2018 is holding something back. Give it a good five years in bottle, at least, and then get set for what I suspect will be a mind-blowing transformation over the next 30 years+.


98 Punkte vom Vinous-Team für denAntonio Galloni im Januar 2022:

The 2018 Dominus has really shut down over the last year. I underestimated its imposing structure and density, both of which are on fully display today. The 2018 is a potent Dominus endowed with superb depth and tons of vertical explosive energy allied to a feeling of elegance that becomes increasingly apparent over time. Dark fruit, spice and a whole range of earthy, savory notes add layers of complexity. Superb.

 
100 Punkte von Jeb DunnuckJeb Dunnuck im Januar 2021:

The flagship 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon checks in as 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Petit Verdot brought up in 40% new French oak. With an essence of Cabernet-like character in its darker currants, green tobacco, cedar, graphite, and floral aromas and flavors, this gorgeous wine is full-bodied and has bright yet integrated acidity, polished tannins, and a great, great finish. It’s just gorgeously put together and a magical, flawless wine. It's going to take a decade to hit maturity but will evolve for 40-50 years in cold cellars. It is as good as it gets in classic, age-worthy Cabernet Sauvignon!
 
449,00 EUR
598,67 EUR pro l
Chateau Petit Grave Aine Saint Emilion Grand Cru
95+
95+
 BIO 

Chateau Petit Grave Aine 2018 Saint Emilion Grand Cru mit 95+ Punkten von Jeb Dunnuck bewertet Jeb Dunnuck im März 2021 über den Chateau Petit Grave Aine 2018 Saint Emilion Grand Cru:

The Cabernet Franc-dominated 2018 Château Petit Gravet Aîné (there's 20% Merlot) comes from the upper plateau in Saint-Emilion and was raised in new French oak. It's handled its élevage nicely and has just subtle vanilla and spicy oak notes as well as impressive red, black, and blue fruits intermixed with notes of acacia flowers, spice box, forest floor, and tobacco. Tighter and more backward from bottle than barrel, it's medium to full-bodied and has a balanced, elegant texture, beautiful tannins, and a great finish. It needs 3-5 years of bottle age and should have two decades of overall longevity.


 

95+ Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Chateau Petit Grave Aine 2018 Saint Emilion Grand CruLisa Perrotti Brown im März 2021 bewertet den Chateau Petit Grave Aine 2018 Saint Emilion Grand Cru:

The 2018 Petit Gravet Aîné is a blend of 80% Cabernet Franc and 20% Merlot, weighing in with 14% alcohol. Deep garnet-purple colored, it bursts from the glass with vibrant notes of kirsch, black raspberries and stewed plum, plus hints of lavender, tobacco leaf and pencil shavings. The medium to full-bodied palate is juicy and plush, featuring loads of fragrant earth nuances to back up the ripe red and black berry layers and bags of freshness, finishing long and perfumed. This is an effortlessly beautiful Saint-Émilion! This is a tiny 2.5-hectare vineyard in the Saint-Émilion foothills, situated west of Château Canon-La-Gaffelière in deep, sandy-clay soils.

 
44,95 EUR
59,93 EUR pro l