COTE-ROTIE - 

Fiche technique

Encépagement : 89% Syrah, 11% Viognier.
Vinifications : Vinification en cuves inox thermorégulées. Travail par remontages traditionnels. Fermentations alcooliques/macération de 4 semaines.
Elevage : Elevage unique de 40 mois en pièces neuves

Dégustation

Visuel : Robe rouge rubis avec des reflets rouge vermillon.
Olfactif : Petits fruits rouges, mûre et arômes floraux de violette, … Intensité aromatique puissante mais fine.
Gustatif : Entrée en bouche très souple et belle harmonie entre la finesse des arômes et la richesse explosive due à la concentration de ce vin.
Ensemble : Vin féminin d’une texture voluptueuse au velouté soyeux, intensément aromatique.

Suggestions

Consommation : A boire/à garder
Température de service : 16°C à 18°C.
Durée de conservation : 15 ans environ
Suggestions accords mets / vins : A vin d’exception, mets d’exception… Petit gibier à plume, bécasse, etc...

Références

Millésime 2007 :

eRobertParker.com #214 - Aug 2014

Score : 96+

A big step up, the 2007 Cote Rotie la Mouline boasts serious richness and depth, with a still tight, focused and youthful profile that’s begging for another couple of years in the cellar. Giving up plenty of smoked earth, toast, dried flowers, graphite, chocolate and hints of bacon fat, it’s a masculine version of this cuvee that should start to open up in another 3-4 years, and drink beautifully through 2032. Jeb Dunnuck.

 

Wine Advocate #193 - Feb 2011

Score :  (95-97)

The dense ruby/purple-tinged 2007 Cote Rotie La Mouline will be bottled around the time this report is released. A superb effort made in the style of the 1991 (which is drinking beautifully at age 20), the 2007 displays silky, velvety tannins, a seamless integration of acidity, alcohol and tannin, and a luscious bouquet of charcoal, lychee nut, black cherries, raspberries and forest floor. Full-bodied, opulent and irresistible, this complex, supple 2007 can be enjoyed now and over the next two decades. Drink: 2011 - 2031. Robert Parker

 

Wine Spectator - Nov 15, 2011

Score: 96

Exhibits gorgeous aromas of warm tea cake, black tea and singed mesquite, followed by dense but silky structure that carries alluring plum, blackberry and licorice flavors through the very lengthy finish, where a sanguine edge echoes for added length. This has power, but it's more about guile and perfume. Best from 2012 through 2025. 417 cases made. Designation: Collectibles. James Molesworth.


Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar - Jan/Feb 10

Score : 93-96

Inky purple. Highly pungent aromas of cherry, blackcurrant, violet and cracked pepper. Sappy and sweet on entry, then firmed by dusty tannins, which frame the vivid dark fruit and violet pastille flavors. A spicy quality dominates the long, focused, energetic finish.   Josh Raynolds.

 

Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar - Jan/Feb 11

Score :  93-95

Saturated purple. Intense, floral-accented aromas of blackberry and cherry-cola, with a strong sandalwood overlay. Lush, sweet, palate-coating dark fruit preserve flavors are complemented by anise and violet pastille qualities and gain weight with air. Tangy acidity adds cut to a long, spicy, penetrating finish. This wine was last racked in October, 2009. Josh Raynolds.

 



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