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Château l'Evangile, 2023

Château l'Evangile, 2023

Château l'Evangile | Bordeaux, France | 75cl
Regular price £948.00
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This wine is offered En Primeur, with an est. delivery in 2026.

Situated in Pomerol, Château l'Evangile produces red wines of opulence and refinement, blending Merlot and Cabernet Franc to create wines of remarkable complexity and depth.

What the critics say:

96-97/100James Suckling

"A fine line of tannins runs through this medium- to full-bodied wine. Chocolate, walnut and lead pencil on very fine tannins. Classy and focused, providing elegance with strength. Tight at the end. 78% merlot, 21% cabernet franc and 1% cabernet sauvignon."

96/100Jane Anson, Inside Bordeaux

"A fascinating exercise in terroir, as this shows the same alcohol as the Blason, but the density, fruit character and even the IPT (tannin) count are very different. You see the impact of clay soils in the building of the powerful architecture and the plush damson and black cherry fruits. There is density but tenderness to the tannins, with grilled caramel that gives a beautiful Pomerol signature. Violet floral edging arrives towards the finish, as things open up, and this is an impressive L'Evangile that can age with ease. 42hl/h yield, a record in recent years here. Certified organic since 2021. Great stuff from technical director Juliette Couderc."

94-96/100Neal Martin, Vinous

"The 2023 L'Evangile was picked from September 4 to 28 at 42hl/ha, which is the highest for many years. Matured in 50% new oak (including 15 foudres) and 8% in amphoras (my sample only from used barrels), this has a very floral and precise bouquet with dark red fruit, blueberry, hints of blood orange and light sous-bois scents. It's very L'Evangile. The palate is medium-bodied with filigree tannins. Crisp and precise, there's fine tension toward the finish with a lingering black pepper note. This is a lovely L'Evangile that deserves five or six years in bottle. It will be worth the wait."

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