Cabernet Sauvignon Kronos Vineyard 2019 Corison

€ 179,00   - € 153,00 (ohne MwSt.)
182,07 (inkl. MwSt.)
Corison - Cabernet Sauvignon Kronos Vineyard 2019
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Klassifiziering Cru Classe
Typ Rotwein
Marke Corison
Jahrgang 2019
Land Vereinigte Staten
Region Napa Valley
Traube Cabernet Sauvignon
Inhalt 0,75
Zustand Perfekt
Label Perfekt
Trinkbar -2040
Vorrat 17

Professionelle Bewertungen

Robert Parker (94)

The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Kronos Vineyard is rather minty and herbal, but it marries those traits with vibrant, almost floral cassis notes. Restrained by comparison to most other Napa Valley Cabernets, it's medium-bodied, with a streamlined shape on the palate that belies its intensity. Silky, long and nearly weightless, it lingers easily on the finish. The choice between Kronos and Sunbasket often comes down to vintage and personal taste—both are exceptional and highly individual expressions of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.

James Suckling (97)

Aromas of blueberries, cherries, stones, cedar, sage, oregano and cloves. It’s medium-to full-bodied with fine tannins and fresh acidity. Seamless and silky with fragrant, fruity character. Polished and pure. Fantastic length and freshness. Hints of stones at the end. Delicious already, but better from 2023.

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Vinous (98)

The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Kronos Vineyard is very clearly one of the wines of the vintage. One of the things I love about the 2019 is the way it conveys power and density, but without weight. In that sense, it is perhaps atypical for Napa Valley Cabernets in this vintage. Even so, I find the sense of beauty here absolutely beguiling. The 2019 Kronos is an absolutely stunning wine. I could describe the aromas and flavors, but that seems pretty banal for a wine that is so clearly towering in its splendor. Don't miss it!

Jeb Dunnuck (94)

The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Kronos Vineyard is all varietal and spent 20 months in 50% new French oak. It's a deeper, richer wine that has plenty of red and black fruits as well as candied violets, exotic spice, and some minty herbs. Nicely textured, medium-bodied, concentrated, yet tight and compact, this classic, old school Napa Cabernet is approachable today yet won't hit maturity for another 4-5 years and should have over two decades of longevity. 500 cases.

Winespectator (96)

Vivid and expressive, with a lovely display of mulberry, plum and boysenberry fruit aromas and flavors racing through, carried by well-embedded acidity and a sleek iron spine. The fruit and minerality curl around each other like a helix through the finish, which is sneaky long.

Jancis Robinson (18)

Full bottle 1,475 g. 45 year-old vines between St Helena and Rutherford on gravelly alluvial soils. On low-yielding St George rootstock.
Mid purplish crimson. Rather an ethereally ripe nose with wonderful refreshment on the end and so much fruit that it almost obliterates the not inconsiderable tannin structure. Cedar/cigar-box notes. Real energy and life to this wine! It's very tempting to drink this straight away because it has so much charm but you know it would make sense to wait awhile. Super-clean and vibrant. A model for Napa? Great mineral note on the end. So long and rewarding. One sip lasts a minute…

Wine Enthusiast (97)

This snugly wrapped, agile, medium-bodied wine from old vines keeps a core of raspberries, violets and black currants under a veil of silky tannins. The wine's excellent acid balance, tension and sense of depth will unleash more complexity as the tannins resolve over time. Best from 2028–2040.

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