2015 Gevrey-Chambertin Premier Cru Petite Chapelle

Jean & Jean Louis Trapet, Burgund
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  • 88-90 / 100 Wine Advocate
  • 92 / 100 Burghound
  • 91 / 100 Vinous
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88-90 / 100

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2015 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle had a high potential alcohol, as apparently the stems absorbed some of the alcohol during alcoholic fermentation, although since then it has dropped to around 13.3°. It has a more open knit bouquet than the other 2015s from Trapet and for me, it does not quite deliver the same level of finesse and focus. The palate is better with attractive crunchy black fruit. It feels quite strict and linear, although cuts away swiftly on the finish. Does this Petite Chapelle have more to give down the line? Maybe it will catch up with its impressive 2015 siblings with time in bottle. - Neil Martin, Dez. 2016

92 / 100

Allen Meadows' Burghound: A discreet but not invisible dose of wood does not detract from the purity of the elegant and airy array of red currant, rose petal, lavender and forest floor scents. There is first-rate tension and delineation to the more obviously mineral-driven middle weight flavors that culminate in a firm, linear and driving finish. This is a classy Petite Chapelle that is built-to-age and will need at least 7 to 8 years and should amply repay 12 to 15. - Allen Meadows, Jan. 2018

91 / 100

Vinous: Bright medium red. More complex on the nose than the foregoing samples, with lovely perfumed scents of musky raspberry and dried flowers. Dense and seamless on the palate, with mouth-saturating sweetness to its flavors of raspberry and currant. This wine, made from very ripe grapes, struck me as a bit heavy when I tasted it in late 2016 but today it comes across as distinctly firmer and rather stylish, thanks to ripe acidity and a fine dusting of tannins--not to mention underlying minerality. Trapet vinified this wine entirely with whole clusters, and that may also have contributed energy. - Stephen Tanzer, Jan. 2018

Jahrgang: 2015
Herkunftsland: Frankreich
Region: Burgund
Appellation: Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru
Lage: Petite Chapelle
Klassifizierung: Premier Cru
Rebsorte: Pinot Noir
Volumen: 0,75l
Farbe: Rot
Geschmack: trocken
Alkohol: 12,5% Vol.
Kennzeichnung: enthält Sulfite
Abfüller:Domaine Trapet père & Fils, 53 route de Beaune, 21220 Gevrey-Chambertin, Frankreich

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