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2017 Château L'Eglise-Clinet

Pomerol
(OWC)

This is a Bordeaux future; earliest anticipated arrival is Fall 2020 help
 
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PRICE:
$1,399.00 per 3 Magnums (1.5L) (owc)

SIZE:
1.5L

AVAILABLE:
4 groups

 

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TASTING NOTES

"This really rolls on the palate with fantastic fruit and tannins. Full-bodied, structured and layered. Long, long finish. Impressive all the way." JamesSuckling.com
(JS, 04/05/2018)

Rating: 97-98


"A blend of 90% Merlot with 10% Cabernet Franc, the deep garnet-purple colored 2017 L'Eglise Clinet opens with crème de cassis, black forest cake and preserved plums notes with suggestions of underbrush, lilacs and star anise plus an invigorating spark of Bing cherries. Medium to full-bodied and built like a brick house with very firm, ripe tannins and very refreshing acidity supporting the tightly wound muscular fruit, it finishes with epic persistence and bags of energy. This will be extremely long lived!" Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #236
(WA, 04/27/2018)

Rating: 96-98+


"The 2017 L'Eglise-Clinet is one of the most polished, sensual wines of the year. Bright, precise and yet full of flavor, the 2017 has a lot to offer. Cedar, licorice and rose petal are just some of the many nuances that add aromatic dimension. Deceptive in its mid-weight structure, the 2017 offers notable intensity and persistence. What a gorgeous wine it is. Harvest was about a week earlier than normal. Denis Durantou gave the various lots in the Grand Vin 15-18 days on the skins. The 70% new oak is impeccably balanced in several samples." Antonio Galloni, Vinous.com
(AG, 05/03/2018)

Rating: 94-97


"A nice core of gently steeped plum and boysenberry fruit is liberally infused with anise accents. A light bramble edge carries the finish. This has good underlying energy, with some fruit in reserve." Wine Spectator
(WS, 04/03/2018)

Rating: 92-95


"Black core with purple crimson rim. A hint of oak char on the nose but underneath that is pure black fruit and a creamy character. Smooth and rounded on the palate, the fruit and the oak already well melded. The finish is darker and more savoury, the oak char closing the circle. But the harmony is very good. Not as charming as La Petite Église but longer-term in potential." Julia Harding MW, JancisRobinson.com
(JR, 04/09/2018)

Rating: 17+
Drink from: 2027-2037


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