Another spectacular effort from L’Evangile, the 2010 is a close rival to the 2009 and should be fascinating to compare with that vintage over the next 30 or so years. Stunningly rich and black/purple in color, the 2010 L’Evangile offers up the tell-tale f
A Pomerol of a different color, relying heavily on dense muscle and dark charcoal notes, with a core of fig, blackberry paste and blueberry reduction waiting in reserve. Very solid through the finish, displaying a thick ganache coating and extra loam, bla
What a nose, with orange peel, dark berries and blueberries. Full and bright , with super velvety tannins. Acidity is juicy too. Very sumptuous. Creamy tannin texture. 88 percent Merlot and 22 percent Cabernet Franc.
Blackish crimson. Scented. But a bit leathery and rustic on the palate with lots of acidity. A tad old-fashioned. But very honest! Solid verging on stolid. But lovely richness and density. Jancis Robinson
The nose reminds of walking into a flower shop, with a pound of truffles and Cuban cigars in your front pocket. Powerful, full bodied and intense, the wine is fresh, tannic, and young. Give this another 8-10 years to soften and fill out. The wine was made from a blend of 88% Merlot and 12% Cabernet Franc.
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