||dispach within 1-3 days
||€55,33 / Liter
2018 is only the fifth bottled vintage of the young Domaine Jolivet. With the Saint-Joseph "1907", Bastien Jolivet bottles an icon of natural viticulture that is unfortunately extremely rare. The name comes from a stone hut in the vineyard that was built in 1907. In this wine, Bastien uses the oldest vines of the winery, these give only a small yield, but this must results in an unusually dense and complex wine that is one of the very best of its origins. The wine is not filtered and only minimally sulphurized.
Tasting note by Frank Rembold in May 2021: "Dark color, almost opaque, violet edge. Fine toasty notes, dark berries, cranberries, intense ripe fruit, but not a trace overripe. Very powerful on the palate, almost takes your breath away, but completely without heaviness, the ripe tannins are present and support the very long finale. The wine has 14.5% alcohol, which is not noticeable in the taste. This is still a baby at the moment, but it will develop into a giant. "
||now until 2032+
||14.5% alc. vol.
||in bariques, 25% new oak
||dry red wine
Producer: Alain & Bastien Jolivet, FR-07300 ST JEAN DE MUZOLS
Product from France - contains sulphites