Wine Chateau L'Eglise-Clinet, 2004
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Reviews of purchase Chateau L'Eglise-Clinet, 2004
Wine saturated beautiful ruby color.
Well-balanced wine with a fine texture, complex, rich, rich and pure taste, which is replete with sweet hints of ripe fruit and dark berries, faceted expressive mineral notes, nuances of oak and light echoes of mint. The wine has a nice long finish.
The aroma of wine is multi-faceted and complex, dark fruit shades in it are woven with subtle floral nuances. Also captured notes of blackcurrant, raspberry, coal, cigars and liquorice.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, especially with roasted or grilled meats, as well as game, mature cheeses, pastas with rich sauces, meat delicacies.
"Chateau L'Eglise-Clinet", 2004 - a great dry wine with a complex and unique aroma of sweet taste and charming, filled with lots of fruit shades. This wine has a special place not only in the family collection Durante, but also among the best in Pomerol.
Story of a little Chateau L'Egliz-Kline began in 1882, when the great-grandfather of the current owner - Dennis Durante - Mr. Mauleon-Rouchut began to work in the vineyards, purchased by his family in the XIX century and L'Egliz Clos Domaine de Klin. Vineyards occupy only 4.5 hectares around the church of St. John, the patron saint of Pomerol. Clay-gravel soil areas due to the natural inclinations of a century has a well-developed drainage network. In the vineyards vyrazhivayutsya two grape varieties - Merlot (85%) and Cabernet Franc (15%). The average age of the vines is 40 years, planting density - 6500 plants per hectare. To maintain the high quality of the vines cleared of unnecessary leaves, yield deliberately understated, all the work in the vineyard are made manually to feed uses only organic fertilizers. Harvest, usually in late August and early September, producing a team of 30 pickers. Grapes are gently crushed and destebliruetsya. Fermentation lasts from 15 to 21 days. In October, the wine is sent to the 18-month aging in oak barrels, most of which - new.