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Clos Erasmus 75cl 2019

 
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Clos Erasmus 75cl 2019

Garnacha, Syrah

Clos Erasmus is een wijn uit Priorat

Clos Erasmus heeft 18 maanden gerijpt op Frans eikenhout en is een complexe rode wijn die perfect in balans is. De wijn heeft mooie aroma's van rijp zwart fruit, een vleugje kruiden, eikenhout en mineralen. De tannines zijn stevig en de afdronk lang en intens.

Uitstekende combinatie met rood vlees, lam, stoofschotels, wild, geroosterd/gegrild vlees, jamon en harde kazen. 2019 Nu op dronk, maar kan zich tenminste tot 2036 nog verder ontwikkelen. Serveren op 18°C.  

The Wine Advocate (about 2018):

"A blend of 85% Garnacha and 15% Syrah, 2018 Clos Erasmus comes from a year with good yields and enough rain for good ripeness of the grapes. The vines are now 36 years old on average, and the grapes fermented after a cold soak in 1,000-, 1,500- and 2,000-liter oak vats with indigenous yeasts and a five-week maceration. It matured in new and second use Burgundian 228-liter oak barrels, with around 40% new oak. This is a very elegant and perfumed vintage for Clos Erasmus, a wine that reveals a bright ruby color and a exotic nose that mixes flowers with tons of sweet spices. It is still very young and influenced by the élevage in oak, with something herbal and fresh, reminiscent of pine needles. The palate is textured and velvety, lace and dust, with fine-grained tannins that bring back the memories of the slate rocks; it is pure and detailed and has terrible balance, focus, inner strength, filigree and subdued minerality. I'd wait a little bit for the oak to get integrated before pulling the cork. It has the ingredients, stuffing and balance to develop nicely in bottle for a long time. 3,319 bottles and 100 magnums produced. It was bottled in May 2020."

Luis Gutiérrez, 30th Dec 2020

433,98

Clos Erasmus 75cl 2019

Inhoud in cl 75
Alcohol % 15.0
Druivensoort Garnacha tinta, Syrah
Wijnstreek Priorat DOCa
Wijnhuis Clos Erasmus
Wijnsoort Rood
Smaakprofiel Rood: vol & fruitig

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Garnacha, Syrah

Clos Erasmus is een wijn uit Priorat

Clos Erasmus heeft 18 maanden gerijpt op Frans eikenhout en is een complexe rode wijn die perfect in balans is. De wijn heeft mooie aroma's van rijp zwart fruit, een vleugje kruiden, eikenhout en mineralen. De tannines zijn stevig en de afdronk lang en intens.

Uitstekende combinatie met rood vlees, lam, stoofschotels, wild, geroosterd/gegrild vlees, jamon en harde kazen. 2019 Nu op dronk, maar kan zich tenminste tot 2036 nog verder ontwikkelen. Serveren op 18°C.  

The Wine Advocate (about 2018):

"A blend of 85% Garnacha and 15% Syrah, 2018 Clos Erasmus comes from a year with good yields and enough rain for good ripeness of the grapes. The vines are now 36 years old on average, and the grapes fermented after a cold soak in 1,000-, 1,500- and 2,000-liter oak vats with indigenous yeasts and a five-week maceration. It matured in new and second use Burgundian 228-liter oak barrels, with around 40% new oak. This is a very elegant and perfumed vintage for Clos Erasmus, a wine that reveals a bright ruby color and a exotic nose that mixes flowers with tons of sweet spices. It is still very young and influenced by the élevage in oak, with something herbal and fresh, reminiscent of pine needles. The palate is textured and velvety, lace and dust, with fine-grained tannins that bring back the memories of the slate rocks; it is pure and detailed and has terrible balance, focus, inner strength, filigree and subdued minerality. I'd wait a little bit for the oak to get integrated before pulling the cork. It has the ingredients, stuffing and balance to develop nicely in bottle for a long time. 3,319 bottles and 100 magnums produced. It was bottled in May 2020."

Luis Gutiérrez, 30th Dec 2020