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J. Livingstone-Learmonth: 4,5 / 6 Sterne
"Firm yellow colour; there’s great style in the bouquet, has classy airborne features, brioche bread, fine orange, discreet pear, good variety and detail. The palate offers more firm, compact gras richness, is close-knit, well couched on dried fruits, a hint of white raisin. It bears natural freshness, is a potentially stylish St Jo blanc, with gradual opening likely. The length is solid. It has character, is out of the mainstream, smoky, with a waxen note on the finish. 13.8°. “It’s a rootsy wine more than a fruited one – it has gentian, bitter notes; at this stage, there’s usually a more exuberant fruiting, such as apricot. We started the harvest on 27 August – only 2003 had been earlier,” Jean Gonon. From 2024. 2041-43"
Decanter: 95 / 100 Punkte
"Vibrant nectarine notes on the nose, you just know this is going to have some tangy acidity on the palate even before you taste it. Medium-bodied, not quite so opulent this year, a touch of citrus flavour and snappy, citrusy acidity. Rich mango on the palate, it's mineral and long, with great cut and precision. There is a touch of glycerol roundness on the finish. Great balance here this year. Fermented in fûts and old barriques, it also spends a year on the lees. Drinking Window: 2022 - 2028."
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|Erzeuger/Abfüller||Pierre Gonon |
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."
|Presse / Kritik:||Decanter, J. Livingstone-Learmonth|