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Domaine de Chevalier 2017

Domaine de Chevalier

2017
94
PARKER
17
JANCIS ROBINSON
96
SUCKLING
94
WINE SPECTATOR
94
DECANTER
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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
Region
Grapes
Producer
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti13.5%

Ratings and awards

202095-97+ PK17.5 JR96-97 SK95 DC
201994-96+ PK17.5 JR96-97 SK95 DC
201895 PK18 JR99 SK96 WS96 DC
201794 PK17 JR96 SK94 WS94 DC
201694+ PK16 JR97 SK96 WS96 DC
201595 PK17 JR97 SK92 WS95 DC
PK: ParkerJR: Jancis robinsonSK: SucklingWS: Wine spectatorDC: Decanter

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker, Jancis Robinson, and Suckling

The 2017 Domaine de Chevalier is deep garnet-purple in color with a nose of baked plums, black cherry compote, fruitcake and violets plus wafts of fragrant earth and rosehip tea. Medium-bodied, the palate has loads of fruit with plush, rounded tannins and a lively finish. A blend of 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot, this vintage spent 18 months in French oak, 35% new.

— Lisa Perrotti-Brown (16/03/2020)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2017 - 94 PARKER

Tasted blind. Deep ruby colour. Bursting with red cherry and hints of violet on the nose, there is intrigue and joy here. The palate shows much flesh and vibrancy, with plump red berries at the core. The acid is positively zesty yet lifts the fruit into floral tones rather than washing away the flavour. Fleet-footed and long on the finish. A wine that transparently exhibits the better elements of this vintage.

— Tom Parker (16/09/2021)JancisRobinson.com Vintage 2017 - 17 JANCIS ROBINSON

Lots of blueberry, hot-stone, slate and walnut aromas. Terracotta, too. Iodine. Full-bodied, round and dense with layers of fine tannins. Lovely depth and intensity. Extremely long and focused. Needs three or four years of bottle age just to start. Try after 2024.

— James Suckling (20/12/2020)JamesSuckling.com Vintage 2017 - 96 SUCKLING

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