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2021 Chateau Lafleur Chateau Lafleur Pomerol

Chateau Lafleur 2021

Pomerol
Omri Ram ist der Name hinter den Weinen von Chateau Lafleur. Und was Omri anfasst, wird zu Gold. Auf ihn kann die Inhaberfamilie Guinaudeau sichtlich stolz sein. Wenige können so euphorisch und begeistert über ihre Arbeit erzählen wie Omri. Die Arbeit liegt im Weinberg, so Omri, und was er dort an Präzision, an Einfühlungsvermögen, an Professionalität und Respekt einbringt, zeigt sich in all den Weinen, allen voran Chateau Lafleur. 52% Cabernet Franc in einem Pomerol sind ein Statement, Und was einem beim Verkosten in dem Minikeller an Geschmack und Größe widerfährt, ist nicht in Worte zu fassen, Lafleur eben. Einer der gesuchtesten Weine weltweit, zurecht!
12 Fl. á 0,375l in der 12er OVP
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24 Fl. á 0,375l in der 24er OVP
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6 Fl. á 0,75l in der 6er OVP
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12 Fl. á 0,75l in der 12er OVP
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3 Fl. á 1,5l in der 3er OVP
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6 Fl. á 1,5l in der 6er OVP
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1 Fl. á 3l in der 1er OVP
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1 Fl. á 6l in der 1er OVP
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Bewertungen

95-97
ANTONIO GALLONI: "The 2021 Lafleur is without question one of the wines of the vintage. Dense and explosive the 2021 possesses tremendous intensity in every dimension. It's a wine that really lives in its own universe. Readers lucky enough to taste it will likely be shocked by the sheer density here. Baptiste Guinaudeau reports berry sizes (typically large in 2021) were the same size as in 2015. Time brings out a heady mix of red berry fruit intermingled with floral, savory and saline accents. This deep, packed Pomerol won't be ready to drink for more than a decade."
97
DECANTER: "An exceptional success in 2021 and surely one of the best wines of the vintage. An expressive nose, which opens more after 10 minutes in the glass, gives lovely salty soy aromas, ripe and concentrated blackcurrant, wet stone, smoked earth notes with perfume lingering in the background - lilac, violets and irises as well as some sweet chocolate - so much going on. Clearly powerful, ripe and concentrated - intensity on a grand scale - really giving a lot of flavour but tightly packaged in terms of layers and tannins which are finely grained and settle in the mouth giving the frame. The flavours expand slowly and then linger so long on the finish. Direct, linear, determined and persistent with clear definition of each element. Purity, clarity and balance - I just love the intention here - it knows where it's going with a quiet confidence and gives a warm blood and iodine note at the end bringing you right back to Lafleur. Sensational."
96
FALSTAFF: "Dunkles Rubingranat, violette Reflexe, zarte Randaufhellung. Feine Kräuterwürze, tabakig unterlegte Brombeernuancen, schwarzer Pfeffer, zart nach Orangenzesten. Komplex, aber mit mittlerem Gewicht, feine Herzkirschen, finessenreicher Säurebogen, mineralisch und elegant, harmonisch, bleibt gut haften, würziger Anklang im Abgang, zarte Süße im Nachhall, verfügt über gutes Entwicklungspotenzial."
98-99
JAMES SUCKLING: "Woooow! This really rolls off the palate and goes on and on, Full-bodied and so long. Sweet and sour. Cherries, currants. Orange peel. Thought-provokingly energetic. Defines youthful sophistication."
18
JANCIS ROBINSON: "52% Bouchet (Cabernet Franc), 48% Merlot. Cask sample. Exceptional density for the vintage. As usual restrained, although there is a floral nuance. Fruit-filled palate but with freshness and balance as well. Big tannic frame with imposing but polished tannins. Clearly the potential to age. (JL)"
95-97
JEB DUNNUCK: "I wouldn't be surprised to see the 2021 Château Lafleur be the wine of the vintage. Based on 52% Bouchet (Cabernet Franc) and 48% Merlot, it's hard to believe this is a 2021 when tasting it, and it has more density, depth, and class than just about every other wine out there. Gorgeous black raspberries, framboise, spring flowers, scorched earth, and graphite define the bouquet, and it's medium to full-bodied, perfectly balanced, and has incredible tannins and a salty, mineral-drenched vibe on the finish that's something to behold. Wines in 2021 that stand up to what was achieved in 2016, 2018, and 2019 are few and far between, but this might be one of them. This is as singular as they come and shows the absolute best of the vintage. Bravo."
95-97
LISA PERROTTI-BROWN: "The 2021 Lafleur is a blend of 52% Cabernet Franc, harvested on 2 October, and 48% Merlot, harvested on 17 and 24 September. It prances out of the glass with carefree, showy scents of redcurrant preserves, black raspberries, and rose oil, followed by suggestions of chocolate covered cherries, crushed rocks, graphite, and tree bark. Medium-bodied, the palate has firm, very ripe, very finely grained tannins with amazing tension supporting the intense red and black fruit layers, finishing long and achingly fragrant."
96-98
NEAL MARTIN: "The 2021 Lafleur was picked 17 and 24 September for the Merlot and on 2 October for the Bouchets (to give Cabernet Franc its proper name in these parts). It has a very focused bouquet with dark berry fruit, crushed rock, iris flower and just a touch of blue fruit. The palate is silky smooth on the entry with a fine bead of acidity. Beautifully-balanced, conveying palpable energy, this is cool, calm and collected on the finish, brushing off the hurdles of the growing season like water off a duck's back. Baptiste and Julie Guinaudeau have conjured not just one of the finest Pomerols of 2021, but one of the finest Bordeaux wines."
96-98
THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "Spearmint, tobacco leaf, flowers, cherries, wet earth, smoke, truffle and leafy herbs shine in the nose. This is an elegant, refined, pensive, vivacious, reserved Lafleur that remains focused on its purity of the fruit and silkiness in the tannins. Balanced, harmonious, vibrant, long and seductive, the wine offers a purity to its concentrated, red fruits that is made even better with its refreshing touch of mint and earthy nuances that come in nicely in the lengthy finish. Clearly, this is the Pomerol of the vintage as well as a leading contender for the wine of the year! Produced from a blend of 52% Cabernet Franc and 48% Merlot, 13.5% ABV, harvesting took place September 17-24 for the Merlot and October 2 for the Cabernet Franc. Drink from 2025-2060."
96-98
THE WINEADVOCATE: "The Guinaudeau family's mantra is to "never submit to the vintage," and in 2021 that meant 10 sleepless nights of frost protection and a growing season that required quick reactions to perform the necessary treatments without neglecting the other important viticultural tasks of the year. The reward is the profound 2021 Lafleur, a brilliant blend of 52% Cabernet Franc and 48% Merlot that wafts from the glass with aromas of wild berries, violets, rose petals, vine smoke and black truffle. Full-bodied, layered and seamless, it's deep and penetrating, with superb concentration and beautifully refined structuring tannins, concluding with a long, resonant finish. A monument in the making, I wouldn't be surprised to see it transcend my bracketed score when revisited in bottle."

FAKTEN

Weinart:
Rotwein
Ursprungsland:
Frankreich
Region:
Bordeaux
Appellation:
Pomerol
Weingut:
Chateau Lafleur
Erzeuger/Abfüller:
SCEA Guinaudeau, 9. le Grand Village, 33240 Moulliac, Frankreich
Verantwortlicher Lebensmittelunternehmer:
SCEA Guinaudeau, 9. le Grand Village, 33240 Moulliac, Frankreich
Alkoholgehalt:
Noch nicht bekannt
Allergene:
Enthält Sulfite

Über Chateau Lafleur

Der Mythos Lafleur! Auf gerade mal viereinhalb Hektar Rebfläche entsteht auf Chateau Lafleur einer der berühmtesten und besten Weine der Welt. Gerade mal 1000 Kisten Erstwein und 500 Kisten Zweitwein verlassen Chateau Lafleur jährlich. Entsprechend schwer ist Lafleur zu bekommen. Aber bei uns im Keller lagern einige, darauf können Sie sich verlassen. Inhaber von Chateau Lafleur sind Sylvie und Jacques Guinaudeau, die Nichte und der Neffe der 2001 verstorbenen Besitzerin Marie Genevieve-Robin. Das Interessante an einem Lafleur ist, dass der Betrieb nicht wie viele andere berühmte Chateaux ausschließlich mit neuem Holz arbeitet, sondern höchstens zwei Drittel neue Fässer einsetzt. Dass Lafleur zu den größten Weinen nicht nur in Bordeaux, sondern der ganzen Welt zählt, steht außer Frage.
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