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J. Livingstone-Learmonth (drinkrhone.com): 5/6 Sterne
"Very dark colour. The nose is racy, whacks out smoky bacon, crisp blackberry airs, mineral notes freely present. The palate is aromatic, with a rugged interior. The fruit is wholesome, the tannins dark and ultimately tasty. Black cherry and blackberry line it – this is a dark vintage. It is vigorous, challenging, true, STGT wine for the informed drinkers not casual trade. From 2022 for tapping into its complexities. 2036-38"
J. Suckling: 96-97/100 Punkte
"The reds of Saint Joseph radiated elegance, seduction, and bright beauty across various producers, Gonon being the highlight. I have included notes on Gonon’s 2015 wines from cask as they are simply too good to not mention. These are soulful wines, deeply connected to terroir and so cleverly captured...
Very strong violets introduce this super-floral nose that also shows some pepper, cassis, blueberries and a dark, graphite-like, salty and mineral edge. The palate is replete with dark-chocolate flavors and once again fragrant violets. This is very, very fleshy and powerful, and you can sense the thick, healthy and ripe skins here. Long, long tannins wrap around dark-plum and blackberry fruits. This is expressive and a triumph with a lot to offer in the next decade plus. Best from 2020 through to 2030. Tasted from 600-liter demi-muids."
J. Dunnuck: 95/100 Punkte
"The red of the estate comes from vineyards around Mauves, Tournon and Saint-Jean-de-Muzols. The 2015 Saint Joseph sports an inky purple color as well as rich, decadent notes of black raspberries, olives, bacon fat and bouquet garni. Possessing full-bodied richness, a fat, unctuous texture, lots of classic Syrah pepperiness and gamy nuances, and sweet tannin, drink it anytime over the coming 15-20 years. Unquestionably one of the leading estates in St Joseph, Pierre Gonon is run with incredible talent and passion by brothers Jean and Pierre Gonon."
Wein-Plus: 95/100 Punkte
"Tiefer und komplexer, rauchig-speckiger, pfeffriger, nussiger und erdiger Duft nach schwarzen Beeren und Kirschen mit an Provencekräuter erinnernden Noten, erdig-mineralischen Tönen, dunklen floralen Noten und deutlich Gewürznelke. Dicht und saftig im Mund, konzentrierte, herbe, straff gewirkte Frucht mit sehr präsenten,dabei hochfeinen Tanninen, pfeffrig-gewürzigen Aromen, Gewürznelke und getrocknet-kräuterigen Tönen, tief und komplex, nachhaltig, noch völlig unentwickelt, aber schon jetzt betörend, deutliche Mineralik, viel Griff, langer, würziger Abgang mit intensivem, brillant reintönigem, herbem Saft."
Vinous: 92-95/100 Punkte
"Brilliant violet. The alluringly perfumed bouquet evokes ripe red and dark berries, licorice, Asian spices and incense and shows a strong mineral overtone. Stains the palate with intense black raspberry and boysenberry flavors that deepen and stretch out with air. Offers a compelling blend of richness and finesse, finishing extremely long, sappy and sweet, the smooth tannins sneaking in late. I can't wait to see how this wine turns out once it’s in bottle."
Wine Advocate: 93/100 Punkte
"The 2015 Saint Joseph is a head-turner. Knockout aromas of violets, herbal notes and hints of raspberry preserves mark the nose of this medium to full-bodied wine. It’s firmly tannic but ripe and concentrated, with a long, mouthwatering finish."
Zitat J. Livingstone-Learmonth: " An STGT (Soil to Glass Transfer) domaine par excellence, and fantastic value and consistency - these red Saint-Josephs are top notch Syrahs. The Vieilles Vignes red, occasionally produced in small quantities, is exceptional. The Gonon brothers, true countrymen and taught by their father, make delightful, delicious wines of genuine pedigree. There is a sensible transfer of fruit from mature vineyards to the cellar, where methods are calm and watchful. No new oak in sight. The white is a high-class example of Marsanne, laced with a little Roussanne from a top, south-facing vineyard, Les Oliviers. Both red and white can evolve well over 20 years in the good vintages."