Dimatique bringing back Paul Jaboulet Aine to Indonesia

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26 Nov Dimatique bringing back Paul Jaboulet Aine to Indonesia

Dimatique bringing back Paul Jaboulet Aine to Indonesia due to popular demand of Rhone wines and Paul Jaboulet Aine as one of the most highly regarded producer from Rhone. 

Maison Paul Jaboulet Aîné was created through the magical conjunction of a fertile land on a hillside by the Rhone and a family with a passion for winemaking. In 1834, when Antoine Jaboulet set up his business in Tain l’Hermitage with the aim of producing great wines, he saw his future profession as limited to cultivating the vineyards and maintaining the quality of the land. It was with this mindset that he quickly acquired his first vineyards on the Hermitage slopes and the Crozes Hermitage plains. 

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In 2006, the Freys, a family of long standing in the Champagne region and owners of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux, took over Maison Paul Jaboulet Aîné. Caroline, the eldest daughter of the family, who has a degree in oenology from Bordeaux, works with her teams in a single-minded quest for perfection. Their cutting-edge winemaking, combined with the scrupulous care given to vines grown in exceptional terroirs, encourages one to believe that the greatest vintages are yet to come. 

The jewel in the Jaboulet collection has always been the legendary ‘La Chapelle’ Hermitage, a great red wine made purely from Syrah, which owes its name to the famous little Sainte Christophe chapel, which overlooks the Hermitage vineyards.
‘La Chapelle’, which has been solely owned by Paul Jaboulet Aîné since 1919, is made by blending grapes from the best terroirs in the appellation (Méal, les Bessards, les Rocoules etc.). 

The wines of Paul Jaboulet Aîné give a real taste of the northern and southern Rhône Valley. As a reflection of the spirit of perfection of our House, Jaboulet’s style is based on precision, patience and excellence.

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