Wine Clos L'Eglise, Pomerol AOC, 1998

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ООО "Стор Вайнстайл", ИНН 9717017438, license: 77РПА0012229 from 2016.06.08 Moscow, Lyusinovskaya 53, 1st floor, room VI. Working hours: 11:00 - 23:00, from Monday to Sunday
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Ratings and Awards
WS 92
RP 95
QUA-100 96
117 ratings for other vintages
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Reviews of purchase Clos L'Eglise, Pomerol AOC, 1998

Tasting Notes

Color

The wine is dark purple.

Taste

The taste of wine is full bodied, juicy, supple, creamy, rich, sweet tannins, notes of chocolate, black currant, coffee, plum, dark fruit, oak, spice, wood and anise. The finish is lingering, with subtle nuances of caramel and spices.

Aroma

In a beautiful intense aroma of wine perceptible shades of chocolate, very ripe plums, cassis, vanilla, blackberry, raspberry and licorice, smoke and mint shades.

Gastronomy

The wine goes well with lamb, lamb, grilled red meat, game, cheese.

Interesting Facts

Starting with the 1997 vintage, "in one year, the ugly duckling turned into a pattern of unprecedented beauty," - wrote in his revue famous wine critic Robert Parker. Full-bodied, juicy and meaty, rich and concentrated "Clos L'Eglise 1998" showed a great result winemaking, being one of the best vintages tiny estates in Pomerol. His fascinating, extremely rich, perfectly folded bouquet filled with tones of very ripe plums, mocha, vanilla, cherry, tobacco, oak and a variety of other colors. Layered taste, very flexible, with no sharp corners, ends with a stunning finish length and beauty.

The origin of the Chateau du Clos L'Egliz rather vague, although aware of its existence in the XVIII century. The modern history of Clos began in 1997, when the property acquired Sylvain Garcia Katiyard. Family Katiyard by that time already had a number of Bordeaux Château - Haut-Bergey, Branon, Barde-Haut and Smith-Haut-Lafitte. Also a member of the "mini-empire" includes a number of vineyards and wineries in Argentina. Today Clos L'Egliz manages daughter Silvana - Helen Garcia-Leveque. In the vineyards were invested enough money and done enormous work, which resulted in high quality wines, perfectly expressing the famous terroir and repeatedly awarded the highest, including a 100-point, estimates of experts.

Vineyard Clos L'Egliz occupies 6 acres in the northwest part of Pomerol on the typical clay-gravel deep soils rich in iron. Here are grown Merlot (60%) and Cabernet Franc (40%). The average age of the vines is 35 years, planting density - 7150 plants per hectare. Harvesting is done by hand. Wine-making is based on traditional methods. After careful sorting grapes is separated from the ridges pressed and gravity fed into a 60-gektolitrovye oak vats with temperature control, which replaced the earlier uses stainless steel tanks. Several times a day to perform manual pizhazh. After completion of the fermentation, the wine is left to macerate for a long time. Malolactic fermentation is done in new oak barrels. Extract of wine depending on the vintage lasts 16-18 months.

Features

  • Color depth: dark
  • Body/Saturation: full-bodied
  • Serving temperature: 16-18°C
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We do shipment to legal entities according to law.
Warning: according to recommendations of the "ФС РАР" from 2018.06.25: alcoholic production can be bought only personally in the Winestyle shops.
ООО "Стор Вайнстайл", ИНН 9717017438, license: 77РПА0012229 from 2016.06.08 Moscow, Lyusinovskaya 53, 1st floor, room VI. Working hours: 11:00 - 23:00, from Monday to Sunday
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