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Domaine Pattes Loup

Burgundy wine Domaine Pattes Loup Chablis
Domaine Pattes Loup
Chablis
Chablis Village
2015 
Notations : 
  • Robert Parker : 90 points
27.00 €
Quantity 
White wine
0,75 L
CARD-INDEX OF CELLAR
Area : Bourgogne
Name : Chablis
Type : White wine
Grape variety : Chardonnay
Structure : Complex, Deep, Length, Lush, Mineral, Powerful
Families of flavor : Dried fruits, Flint, Flowers, Spices
Conservation : A boire jusqu'en 2020 et plus
Temperature of service : 10-11°
Mets/Wines agreements : Ecrevisses flambées, Homard à la nage, St-Jacques sur lit de poireaux
Capacity : Bottle (0,75 L)
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Description :
The 2013 Chablis is inward, cool and impeccably precise. It presents a chiseled, sculpted expression of fruit, then blossoms on the mid-palate and finish as the voice of the year comes through.

Domaine Pattes Loup

Aujourd’hui âgé de 30 ans, Thomas Pico a passé toute son enfance dans un petit village du Chablisien, Courgis. Entouré d’un père et d’un grand-père vigneron, il a vite hérité de la passion du métier. Thomas Pico a donc tout naturellement choisi de s’orienter vers un BTS viticulture et œnologie à Beaune.

Sa passion pour le métier de vigneron, sa curiosité et son désir de respecter l’environnement et la santé de ses proches, ont été des éléments déterminants dans sa réflexion. La culture biologique des vignes, est devenue une évidence.

De retour en 2004 au domaine familial de Bois d’Yver, Thomas Pico a repris 8 hectares qu’il a converti en agriculture biologique (ECOCERT). Il a ainsi crée son propre domaine, le domaine "Pattes Loup".

En 2009, Thomas Pico a obtenu la certification en Agriculture Biologique.

Notes de dégustation

Pico’s 2011 Chablis - from sites in Courgis and neighboring Prehy - possesses admirable, juicy ripeness of apple and winter pear as well as polish, lift and clarity, revealing a subtle perfume of honeysuckle and lily-of-the-valley along with stimulating nuances of chalk, stone, iodine, and chewy fruit skin. This is one of those (thankfully numerous) Chablis that demonstrate that you don’t need to buy into a premier cru in order to experience (or, if you-re a grower, create) something quite profoundly and eloquently representative of this region’s distinctive vinous virtues. This example should drink well through at least 2015.

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