Domaine Rapet Pernand-Vergelesses 'En Caradeux' 2019 Premier Cru
"Unfurling in the glass with notes of pear, orange oil and toasted bread. Medium-bodied, lively and reserved, it's taut and mineral, concluding with a mouthwatering finish." - Robert Parker's Wine AdvocateVerder lezen
- SmaakprofielIntens, rijk & complex
- Land & RegioFrankrijk, Bourgogne
- 100% proefgarantie
- Gratis bezorgd vanaf €75
- Levering binnen 2 tot 3 werkdagen
- Verzekerd verzonden & zorgvuldig verpakt
Een van de meest populaire witte wijnen van Domaine Rapet is de Pernand-Vergelesses 'En Caradeux' Premier Cru. Deze wijn wordt gemaakt van druiven uit de 'En Caradeux' wijngaard, die tot de beste wijngaarden van de Pernand-Vergelesses behoort.
De druiven worden met de hand geoogst en zorgvuldig geselecteerd. De wijn wordt vervolgens gemaakt volgens traditionele methoden.
De Pernand-Vergelesses 'En Caradeux' Premier Cru is een elegante en mineralige witte wijn met een frisse smaak. De wijn heeft tonen van citrusvruchten, appel en perzik
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: " unfurling in the glass with notes of pear, orange oil and toasted bread. Medium-bodied, lively and reserved, it's taut and mineral, concluding with a mouthwatering finish."
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
For what is generally a rather demonstrative wine, the 2019 Pernand-Vergelesses 1er Cru En Caradeux Blanc was quite tightly wound when I tasted it, unfurling in the glass with notes of pear, orange oil and toasted bread. Medium-bodied, lively and reserved, it's taut and mineral, concluding with a mouthwatering finish.
The unassuming Vincent Rapet—whose family can trace its roots in Pernand back to 1795—continues to operate largely under the radar, making thoughtful incremental improvements, some of which were described in my last vintage report. There's a long track record here, and I can extol the merits of the domaine's older wines from personal experience: the 1979 is among the best mature examples of Corton-Charlemagne I've tasted. As I've written before, vinification is pretty classical, with the whites whole-cluster pressed and fermented in barrels (some 20% of which are new), as well as a few concrete eggs for some cuvées that Rapet believes give a more tensile, fresher profile to the wine. The reds, which have improved in recent years, see a brief cold soak followed by some 15 days of maceration, maturing in around 30% new wood from carefully chosen sources, including Chassin and Taransaud. This is a fine set of 2019s that are sure to represent good values.