Chapoutier   Ermitage le Pavillon

2017 Ermitage le Pavillon

By Chapoutier

2017 Ermitage le Pavillon by Chapoutier, Rhone, Rest of the World

The intricately structured 2017 Ermitage le Pavillon from Chapoutier exhibits telltale marks of its exhilarating character, hewn from the iconic "Le Pavillon" vineyard known for producing some of the finest Syrah fruit in the Rhone. The excellence of that year’s favourable Julienas weather conditions is demonstrated across each facet of this exquisite vintage.


A Stalwart From Renowned Chapoutier

Chapoutier, a house that needs no introduction among discerning wine investors, has consistently produced top-tier wines with profound depth and imitable style. Nurtured meticulously by one of the great luminaries of the French wine world, Michel Chapoutier, the 2017 Ermitage le Pavillon from Chapoutier stands firm as one of the prime offerings from their prestigious portfolio.

A wine that communicates its place as much as its fruit, each serving of this stunning vintage finds a palate awash with blackberry accented by whispers of smoked meats and anise; crafting a dialogue between connoisseur and terroir. Elaborate spicy oak notes underscore these characteristics while supplementing them with spicy nuances.


Templating an Exemplary Year

The 2017 vintage takes you through a voyage of the Rhone's climatic narrative during that year; the season captured superbly within each bottle. The vintage faced one of the driest summers on record leading to a complex aromatic profile with majestic tannins and marked longevity.

This robust, elegantly designed heavyweight offers compelling reasons for investors seeking additions to their wine portfolios. While the fruits of nature and human endeavour are immediately apparent upon uncorking, the 2017 Ermitage le Pavillon from Chapoutier truly represents an investment for the ages, with its potential unfolding steadily across a decadal time frame.

The foundations laid down by the structure of this vintage and cemented by the legacy of Chapoutier make it not just a sensory indulgence but an investment phenomenon. This wine inhabits the archetypal intersection where quality, rarity and terroir converge, marking it as an asset one can confidently pour into.

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