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Domaine Paul Jaboulet Ainé Hermitage Chevalier Sterimberg White wine 2018

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Discover a great name of the appellation Hermitage with this cuvée Chevalier Sterimberg from Jaboulet. Richness and complexity are the focus on this wine that combines power, elegance and intensity. A wine that you can keep for up to 15 years in the cellar.

Chevalier Sterimberg is a top white Hermitage, the aromas of ripe pear, honey, citrus and flint are combined with caramel and white flowers. A subtle and well-controlled woody caracter is added to the mouth, the attack is ample and generous. This nectar is one of the great whites of the Rhône Valley!

This wine is served with

This Hermitage Chevalier Sterimberg from Jaboulet will be ideal to taste with a Bresse poultry, crayfish chaplains, a royal sea bream tartare or a girolle wind flight. Serve at 12-14 °C.

The domain

Domaine Paul Jaboulet Aîné works to highlight the terroirs and diversity of the North Rhône Valley. Best known for its mythical reference La Chapelle Hermitage, Jaboulet represents the quintessence of this superb wine region.


The Maison Paul Jaboulet Ainé was created in 1834 in Tain L’Hermitage by Antoine Jaboulet. In all, 7 generations succeeded themselves at the head of the Domaine Jaboulet, it was until 2006 a family home and it was bought by the Frey family, owner of Château La Lagune in Bordeaux. By purchasing this property, the Frey wanted to regain the enthusiasm of the 1990s and make it known internationally. Now Caroline Frey, a professional oenologist, shares her know-how during Jaboulet cuvées' process of elaboration.


According to the owners of the Maison Jaboulet, “the know-how of winemaking, the art of assembly and breeding are the guarantors of the quality of our wines.” Indeed, the work of the vine at Domaine Jaboulet is traditional and carried out with respect for the environment. The use of weed killers is limited, ploughing is done with a horse or mule and organic fertilisers are preferred. The vines, 40 years old on average, grow on a soil of small, low-yielding, white rolled pebbles. The 125 hectares of the Jaboulet property are grown in organic and biodynamic agriculture.


The Domaine Paul Jaboulet Aîné is known all over the world, especially thanks to its cuvées in the name Hermitage, the flagship of the House, made from old vineyards of Syrah. Jaboulet Aine is also present in red or white on the appellations Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Condrieu, Côte-Rôtie, Saint-Joseph, Crozes-Hermitage, Cornas and Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise. A careful selection of the plots is made, so the Jaboulet aine wines come from unavoidable parcels of the region, such as Le Méal, Les Roucoules, Les Dionnières or Les Bessards.

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