Chateau Haut Brion 1993

75 cl - Bouteille, Normalflasche


398,00 €

inkl. MwSt., kein MwSt.-Ausweis. Nach §25a UStG Differenzbesteuert , versandfreie Lieferung

Brutto-Literpreis: 530,67 €

Lieferzeit: 2 - 4 Werktage
innerhalb von Deutschland

Stk


90-92/100 PP

"One of my favorite and most educational visits in Bordeaux is the time I spend with Haut-Brion\'s highly respected administrator, Jean Delmas. Delmas is the thinking man\'s winemaker, with a level of experience and success that is unequaled in Bordeaux. On this visit, we discussed at length the strong tendency in Bordeaux to produce wines with higher and higher percentages of Merlot. As Jean Delmas says, (1), Merlot provides grapes that can be picked earlier, and tend to ripen with higher degrees of sugar, thus producing wines with higher alcohol. (2) Merlot has less acidity, which, combined with its tendency to produce high alcohol, results in a sweeter, supple, and initially more seductive wine. (3) Winemakers can extract more from Merlot than they can from Cabernet Sauvignon, thus they can vinify Merlot at higher temperatures, ultimately producing exotic, opulent wines that are thrilling to taste young. However, as Delmas pointed out, it is the Cabernet Sauvignon that provides the structure, backbone, and, to his palate, ultimately the greatest measure of complexity, character, and Bordeaux typicity. Jean Delmas enjoys a sumptuous Merlot-based wine as much as any Bordeaux wine lover I know, but he is concerned by the replacement of Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards with Merlot. In short, he worries that much of the intrinsic character of many Medoc and Graves chateaux could be muted or lost in a succession of exotic, flashy, glitzy wines that are garish Medoc imitations of Pomerols and St.-Emilions - something to think about. One of the great wines of the vintage, Haut-Brion\'s 1993 possesses a dark garnet/plum/purple color, an expressive, fragrant, sweet, berry, blackcurrant, mineral, lead pencil, and earthy-scented nose, and medium to full-bodied, concentrated flavors that reveal none of this vintage\'s hardness or herbaceousness. This layered wine offers sweet tannin, good length, and outstanding purity. Its price is moderate when compared to more recent vintages of Haut-Brion. Give it 3-4 years of cellaring and consume it between 2001-2020."
(Robert M. Parker, Jr., robertparker.com)

"Es spricht vieles dafür, dass es sich bei diesem großartigen Premier Cru, dem Chateau Haut Brion, um den elegantesten und hinsichtlich der Aromen komplexesten Wein der Welt handelt."
(Robert M. Parker, Jr.)

1er cru classé, Graves
Das Château Haut-Brion ist das älteste, wenn auch kleinste der Weingüter, das 1855 mit der Klassifikation "Premiers Grands Crus" ausgezeichnet wurde.


Anbauregion: Bordeaux Pessac-Léognan (Graves)
Flaschengröße: 75 cl - Bouteille, Normalflasche
Jahrgang: 1993
Klassifikation: Premier Cru Classé seit 1855
Typ: Rotwein Rotwein trocken
Land: Frankreich
Weingut: Chateau Haut Brion
Rebsorte: 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot und 18% Cabernet Franc
Ausbau: 18-22 Monate in 80% neuen französischen Barrique, Schönung, keine Filtration
Ertrag: 35-40 hl/ha
Rebfläche: 45 ha
Durchschnittliches Rebenalter: 39 Jahre
Durchschnittliche Jahresproduktion: 13.000 Kisten (inkl. Zweitwein)
Boden: Las Grabas de Bourdeus (Nährstoffarmer Boden mit hohem Kieselanteil)
Alkoholgehalt: 12,5 % vol
Trinktemperatur: 16-18 °C
Verschluss: Naturkork
Bewertung robertparker.com: 90-92/100
Bewertung WeinWisser, René Gabriel: 17/20
Bewertung Daniel Nussbaum: 92/100
Bewertung Jahrgang: ***/*****
Grand Vin: Chateau Haut Brion
Zweitwein: Clarence de Haut Brion
Weißwein: Chateau Haut Brion blanc
Abgefüllt von: Chateau Haut Brion, B.P. 24, 133 av. Jean Jaurès, 33602 Pessac - Cedex, Frankreich
Allergenhinweis: Enthält Sulfite. Kann Spuren von Eiweiß, Milch und Gelatine enthalten.