The 2009 Paul Jaboulet-Aîné Hermitage La Chapelle still exhibits a purple-tinted bright red colour. It gives off cassis, liquorice, Morello cherry aromas, with subtle notes of spring flowers. This wine has a solid and sensational concentration, yet reveals a surprising freshness on the palate. The finish is vigorous on spicy and mineral notes. La Chapelle gets its name from the small Saint Christophe chapel that overlooks the terraced vineyard of domaine Paul Jaboulet-Aîné. It comes from old vines of Syrah, planted on rich and varied soils of Hermitage appellation. This legendary cru carries the richness of its different exceptional terroirs through its complexity.
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