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Chateau L'Evangile

Blason de L’Evangile

Blason de L’Evangile

Regular price $103.00 SGD
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Grape Varietal: Merlot and Cabernet Franc

Country & Region: France | Bordeaux

Alcohol Level (%): 13.5

Bottle Size: 750ml

Winemaker notes

The color is intense, with ruby hints. The nose is fine and indulgent, with a marked delicacy underlined by notes of red berry. The palate stands out for its spicy, resinous structure, with a soft finish to complete the panoply of a charming wine.


Wine Advocate 89: The 2021 Blason de l'Evangile has actually benefited, in a sense, from the frost, as the estate's lesser, sandier terroirs were hit hardest and represent a smaller proportion of the blend than usual. Bursting with aromas of plums, berries, violets, licorice and mint, it's medium-bodied, fleshy and suave, with powdery tannins and succulent acids. Some 20% was matured in tank and another 20% in foudre, leaving the wine's fruit in the foreground.

James Suckling 92-93: An elegant and mineral red with a medium body and tight, fine tannins. Stony, with fresh red-fruit and citrus notes. Tight center-palate. Fresh and fine. Second wine. 84% merlot and 16% cabernet franc.

Vinous 90: The 2021 Blason de L’Évangile is a very pretty wine. It is the first year the Blason was aged partly in concrete and steel, with a mix of 20% concrete, 15% foudre and the rest neutral barrique—an approach that seems very well suited to a wine that is all about elegance and class. Crushed flowers, sweet red berry fruit, spice, mint and orange peel linger on the delicate finish. The 2021 is lovely.

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