2017 - Cornas Domaine de St Pierre Paul Jaboulet Ainé
10B7CSPJ6PK _ 2017 - Cornas Domaine de St Pierre Paul Jaboulet Ainé - 6x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Paul Jaboulet Aîné
Drinking
2021 - 2032
Case size
6x75cl
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2017 CORNAS DOMAINE DE ST PIERRE PAUL JABOULET AINÉ - 6x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Paul Jaboulet Aîné
Drinking
2021 - 2032
Case size
6x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £224.87 £254.87(Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • WA

    Wine Advocate, December 2019,
    Score: 92

    The 2017 Cornas Domaine de Saint Pierre is showing more cedary oak than I recall from last year. It frames crushed stone and red currants in a wine that's full-bodied but structured and crisp, finishing on tart notes of cranberries and citrus. Give it another year or two to see if it bounces back from bottling to look more like the wine I saw from barrel last year. 92/100. Date 2021-2032

Producer

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

One of the most recognised producers in the Rhône Valley, Jaboulet was first created in the early 1800s. Up until a couple of years ago, it remained family owned. Over time, it established its flagship Hermitage La Chapelle as one of the top wines of the region ranking it along Chave Hermitage and Guigal single-vineyard Côte-Rôties in quality. In the mid-late 1990s, quality became irregular due to the death of Gérard Jaboulet and other internal issues. In early 2006, the Jaboulet family sold their heralded domaine to the Frey family, owners of Château La Lagune in Bordeaux and major investors in Billecart-Salmon in Champagne. Since this change of hands, investment has been foremost - contributing to new winemaking facilities as well as creating a dramatic and imposing aging cellar sculpted out of an ancient quarry, a space that might put a superhero's headquarters to shame. Their goal is to put Jaboulet's range of wines back on the collector's map. Since their takeover,the results have been noticed. Even Robert Parker has stated, "I fully expect quality will dramatically soar at Jaboulet (just as it has at Château La Lagune in Bordeaux).." (The Wine Advocate, April 2007).