Château Pape Clément 2014 AOC Pessac Leognan

82,00 €
entspricht 109,33 € pro 1 L

Verfügbarkeit: Ausverkauft


Flaschengröße: 0.75
Jahrgang: 2014
Alkohol: 14%
Appelation: Pessac-Léognan
Klassifikation: Klassifikation Graves (rot)


Château Pape Clément 2014


Matthias Hilse: 93-95 Punkte

Genussindex: 19/20

La Revue du Vin de France:

"Les vinifications sont réalisées en cuves bois, tronconiques béton et inox. Un rendement de 40 hl/ha avec 57% de merlot dans l'assemblage (une premieère pour Pape Clément), 37,5% de cabernet-sauvignon et une touche de petit verdot. Le coeur de bouche est fin, élégant et suave, sans être très profond. L'extraction douce des tanins amplifie la tendance vers un style plus classique entamée par le cru."

RVF: 15,5-16,5/20

Quelle: La Revue du Vin de France N° 591


"Broad and hefty, with a wall of ganache out front, followed by steeped fig and blackberry paste flavors. The dense, loamy finish lets the toast hold sway. Shows more power than purity, but there´s density and length here, too. For fans of the style.—J.M."

James Molesworth: 91-94 Punkte



"The 2014 Pape Clément is dark, sensual and alluring, with wonderful contrasts from riper and more savory elements that take shape in the glass. Super-ripe dark cherries, smoke, graphite, incense, tobacco and crushed rocks are pushed forward in a decidedly ripe, voluptuous Pessac endowed with notable personality. A second sample, tasted a day later, was much more mineral-driven and focused, with the fruit pushed to the background. Either way, the 2014 Pape Clément is one of the most overly modern, lush wines being made today in Pessac-Léognan. As such, it will appeal most to readers who like exuberance and opulence. While not exactly my cup of tea, there is no denying the 2014 Pape Clément is fabulous."

Antonio Galloni: 92-95+ Punkte


Weitere Verkostungsnotizen:

The Wine Advocate

"The Château Pape Clément 2014 is a blend of 57.5% Merlot, 37.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot picked from 24 September until 20 October. It is matured in 60% new oak. Strangely, first sniff of the nose whisks you away to the Côtes de Nuits, such is its purity. Small dark cherries, hints of crème de cassis and vanilla; it is beautifully poised and with continued aeration there is just a suggestion of dark chocolate. The palate is full-bodied and dense in the mouth, the oak nicely integrated here and the acidity well judged. It actually possesses the linearity of the La Mission Haut-Brion ’14 tasted on the previous visit. There is no fantail on the finish, but there is plenty of mineralité and tension. Tasted four or five times and never to be under-estimated."

Neil Martin: 93-95 Punkte

Quelle: #218


Decanter Magazine

"This is a restrained version of Pape Clément compared to some vintages, and for me all the more successful because of it. Fine but firm tannins, there is a grip and lovely hold to the fruits, which in turn are dark, brambly, bilberry and cassis. Great potential for medium to long term. Without the swagger that the château displays in 2009 or 2010, but I love the stylistic expression here, from 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot and 2% Cabernet Franc. Good yields also, 45 hl/h, so it is concentrated but not overly so.

Drink: 2023-2035"

Jane Anson: 18.25/20pts ( 94/100pts )



Jancis Robinson

"Dark crimson. Round and like fermented blackcurrant pastilles. Lots of drive and interest here. The fruit, just, overwhelms the framework."

Jancis Robinson: 17/20



Jeff Leve

"Deep ruby in color, the wine opens with floral, mineral, cherry, caramel and coffee bean scents. It is soft, fresh, round juicy on the palate, ending with sweet, blackberry, vanilla and black currants in the finish. Produced by blending 57.5% Merlot, 37.5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot, the wine reached 13.7% alcohol with a pH of 3.7 92-93 Pts"

Jeff Leve: 92-93 Punkte

Quelle: with the courtesy of Jeff Leve

Quelle: © with the courtesy of Jeff Leve

René Gabriel's BDX Total

"Sattes Purpur-Granat, dicht in der Mitte, lila Schimmer aussen. Parfümiertes Bouquet, wunderschöne Röstnote, welche aber deutlich von den Barriques her stammen, ein Hauch Amarena, Brotkruste, reife Pflaumen, er hat aber auch eine schöne, frische Note darin. Im Gaumen erstaunlich elegant, die Tannine sind fondiert, will heissen angerundet, eine traumhafte Kokossüsse geht vom Extrakt aus. Kein Monster - aber halt doch sehr modern vinifiziert. Hat mir Spass bereitet und zeigt auch deutlich auf, dass das Pessac, der Region Léognan in diesem Jahr haushoch überlegen ist."

Rene Gabriel: 18/20 - 2020 bis 2040




"The 2014 Pape Clément is strikingly beautiful. Dark, sumptuous and creamy, it exudes class. Black cherry, mocha, spice, espresso, menthol and new leather are all pushed forward in a spherical, rich wine that captivates all the senses. As always, this is an overt style, but the purity of the fruit comes through nicely now that the oak has started to integrate. There is plenty of the Magrez trademark richness, but done in a slightly more restrained style than in the past. This is a gorgeous wine by any measure. Tasted three times."

Antonio Galloni 94+ Punkte

Quelle: Februar 2017


"Ganz einfach der beste Pape Clément, den wir seit langem verkostet haben, interpretiert seinen Stil und seine Rasse mit zusätzlicher Transparenz und Frische, besitzt Fülle und Feuer, aber auch eindrückliche Länge. 18 Punkte in Griffweite!"

Peter Bichsel 17,5/20 (Topwein des Jahres)

Quelle: vinum EXTRA Spezialpublikation 2015


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216, avenue du Dr. N. Pénard

FR 33600 Pessac


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