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Domaine Pattes Loup

Burgundy wine Domaine Pattes Loup Chablis 1er Cru
Domaine Pattes Loup
Chablis 1er Cru
Notations : 
  • Robert Parker : 91-92 points
  • Your Cellarman :
    92 points
45.00 €
White wine
0,75 L
Area : Bourgogne
Name : Chablis
Type : White wine
Grape variety : Chardonnay
Structure : Complex, Deep, Finesse, Length, Mineral, Satiny, Suave
Families of flavor : Flint, Flowers, Fresh fruits, Minerals, Spices
Conservation : A boire jusqu'en 2030 et plus
Temperature of service : 10-12°
Mets/Wines agreements : Daurade royale au four, Risotto aux fruits de mer, Saint-Jacques en brochette
Capacity : Bottle (0,75 L)
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Description :

A highly complex if discreet nose of noticeably cool aromas features notes of limestone, lemon, oyster shell, iodine and dried white flowers that marry into beautifully precise flavors blessed with an abundance of dry extract on the tightly wound, seriously long and intense finish.

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

While most barrels of the Pattes Loup 2012 Chablis Beauregard were showing after-effects of recent malo-lactic completion and/or were still working through their last bit of residual sugar, it-s possible to offer a tentative account of this wine based on the portion that had completed its fermentation in new demi-muids (new wood being typically conducive to more rapid barrel-evolution). Polished and concentrated, this boasts ripe apple and pear tinged with citrus and chalk, a faint and attractive hint of flor putting me pleasantly in mind of the Jura. There is such substance here as to almost entirely resist any effects from the new wood (granting of course the relatively high surface-to-volume ratio of 600-liter casks), and the combination of incipient textural richness with the near-austerity of a tenacious chalk and stone undertone makes for a fascinating performance spine-tinglingly enlivened by ripe yet highly efficacious acids. I suspect this will prove worth following through at least 2020. Incidentally, a similar combination of mineral austerity with energy and tenacity is clearly going to characterize the corresponding Butteaux, none of the barrels of which had yet gone completely dry at the time of my visit.

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