An extremely polished L'Evangile with light chocolate, stone and cedar that turns to green olive with hints of sweet tobacco. Full body, tight center palate with polished and very tight grained tannins. So much energy here. Beautiful to taste but can't wait to see it in 2020.
This dark ruby/plum Pomerol offers up sweet black cherry and blackcurrant fruit, velvety tannin, medium to full body, and a nice lushness and silkiness. A beauty with great fragrance and suppleness, it’s not enormously endowed, as a great vintage would be, but it is certainly an outstanding wine and a brilliant effort from ’Evangile in 2012. Drink it over the next 15 years.
A dense, dark, woodsy style, with loads of tobacco, charcoal and tar holding sway over steeped plum, black currant and Black Mission fig flavors. Shows a serious graphite bolt on the finish, along with a tug of dark earth. A rather powerful rendition of Pomerol that will need some time to stretch out fully. Best from 2018 through 2032. 3,000 cases made.
Tasted blind. Blackish crimson. Very sweet, dramatic and opulent. Exceedingly well polished. Quite forward. The tannins are virtually hidden by the overwhelming weight of impressively ripe fruit. A slightly medicinal hint. Long and savoury finish
This is an attractive, generous red with plenty of red and black fruits with spices in the finish. Fresh and lively with alcohol at 14.4% (the pH is 3.7). There was much work done In the vineyard over the past few years includig creating better drainage. 73% of the grapes went into the grand vin. Lovely, accessible flavours with fairly long length. Blend of 67% Merlot and 33% Cabernet Franc.by jeannie cho lee in 2013
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