Bellevue Mondotte Grand Cru Saint-Emilion AC

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Wein, rot, trocken
Land
FRANKREICH
Region
Bordeaux
Unterregion
Saint-Emilion
Alkoholgehalt
14,5 % Vol.
Trinkreife
TI
Allergene
enthält Sulfite
Produzent
Vignobles Perse, 33330 Saint-Émilion, Frankreich
Bewertung
98 Punkte Robert Parker
92 Punkte Wine Spectator
18 Punkte WeinWisser
Verfügbare Jahrgänge
2001
2003
2007
Verfügbare Größen
0,75 l
1,5 l
6 l
277,00 € / Flasche 369,33 € / Liter zzgl. Versandkosten, inkl. 19% MwSt.

Beschreibung


Parker 98 Punkte
An exquisite jewel in Chantal and Gerard Perse's Right Bank empire, Bellevue-Mondotte is a tiny, 5-acre parcel of 45-year-old vines planted on the limestone plateau above Pavie-Decesse and Pavie-Macquin. It is composed of 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. I tasted the 2003 on three separate occasions, one of which merited a three-digit rating. Sadly, there are only 4,000 bottles of this prodigious effort. Possessing relatively high alcohol (14.5%) for a Bordeaux, it is an amazing blend made from 15 hectoliters per hectare. A dense, viscous-looking purple color is accompanied by a sweet perfume of blackberries, espresso roast, fried lard, and pain grille. Full-bodied and massively rich with decent acidity and plenty of structure as well as tannin, this youthful 2003 should hit its stride in 3-5 years, and last for three decades. This may be what the great 1929s or 1947s tasted like at age three.

WineSpectator 92 Punkte
Beautiful aromas of blackberry, coffee and cherry follow through to a full-bodied palate, with soft, round tannins and a long, rich finish. Supersilky. Best after 2007.

Weinwisser 18 Punkte
Sattes Granat, feiner Rand mit orangem Schimmer. Diskretes Bouquet, rotes Cassis, Kirschentöne, kompakt, noch zurückhaltend, entwickelt nach ein paar Minuten einen gewissen Luftton. Stoffiger Gaumen, viel rote, reife Beeren, auch eine angenehm säuerliche Note in sich tragend, prägnantes Extrakt mit einer unglaublichen Beerenkonzentration im Innern, helles Karamell im Finale