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Decanter Magazine Review
Expressive nose filled with softly perfumed red fruit with touches of blackcurrant and black cherries. Great acidity, prominent and clear giving such freshness on the palate. Feels quite delicate, lightly framed, not a huge volume in the mouth but still densely flavored. Each element is well presented with integrated tannins and a lovely vein of almost creamy mint chocolate-laced blackcurrants and a wet stone minerality that lingers. Drinking Window: 2024-2039. (at Bordeaux, 04 Jan 2022)
Wine Tasting Notes
Blason de L'Evangile Pomerol shows deep color with glints of garnet. The nose presents toasted notes and cocoa, suggesting nuances of roasting. On the palate, the flavors are intense with notes of black fruit (blackberries) underscored by a lightly camphorated, resinous freshness. The palate is dense and complex with a delicious hint of kirsch.
95% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc