2017 Ermitage Blanc, De L’Oree, Chapoutier (6 x Bottle)

France Rhone North Rhone

There are a substantial 909 cases of the 2017 Ermitage de l'Orée. Sourced from Les Murets' clay soils, it combines hints of struck flint with honey, pear and baking spices on the nose. Full-bodied, with a layered sense of richness and ample concentration, it's a big but balanced wine. While it lacks the zest and freshness of the 2016, it should still drink well for close to two decades.

£174.00 Bottle
£726.00 per case (6 x Bottle)

2017 Ermitage Blanc, De L’Oree, Chapoutier (6 x Bottle)

There are a substantial 909 cases of the 2017 Ermitage de l'Orée. Sourced from Les Murets' clay soils, it combines hints of struck flint with honey, pear and baking spices on the nose. Full-bodied, with a layered sense of richness and ample concentration, it's a big but balanced wine. While it lacks the zest and freshness of the 2016, it should still drink well for close to two decades.

France Rhone North Rhone
Producer Chapoutier
Sub-Region North Rhone
Region Rhone
Country France
Grape Variety Marsanne
Vintage 2017
Colour White
Style Full, Dry, Powerful

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Vinous

Pale gold. Intense, sharply delineated aromas of fresh nectarine, pear nectar, orange, honey and pungent flowers, along with a smoky mineral overtone. Deeply pitched citrus and orchard fruit, peach liqueur and honeysuckle flavors stain the palate and become deeper with air, picking up a hint of toasted almonds and showing powerful back-end cut. The mineral and honey notes repeat emphatically on a strikingly long, focused finish that leaves juicy pear and floral notes behind.

95 Points / Drinking 2024 - 2034

By Josh Raynolds / May 2020

Robert Parker Wine Advocate

There are a substantial 909 cases of the 2017 Ermitage de l’Orée. Sourced from Les Murets’ clay soils, it combines hints of struck flint with honey, pear and baking spices on the nose. Full-bodied, with a layered sense of richness and ample concentration, it’s a big but balanced wine. While it lacks the zest and freshness of the 2016, it should still drink well for close to two decades.

96 Points / Drinking 2018 - 2035

By Joe Czerwinski / October 2018