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LA PETITE ÉGLISE

2015 Pomerol

Colour Red
Origin France, Bordeaux
Sub-district Pomerol & Lalande de Pomerol
Village Pomerol

There's a touch of the style of a ripe Pinot Noir about this - but obviously not quite. A supple elegance of juice and fine volume, raspberry top notes and dark hedgerow fruits, a touch of sweetness and real elegance. Like all Denis' wines this has the most fantastic length. Rating: 92-93 L&S (Apr 2016)


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This pure merlot is so wonderful to taste now with violet, berry and chocolate character. It's full-bodied yet in check and balance. Lovely, enticing finish. Second wine of Eglise Clinet. Drinking range: 2020 - Rating: 95 James Suckling, www.jamessuckling.com (Feb 2018)

There’s very little to choose between the Grand Vin and the second wine at this stage, which makes this something of a bargain. Rose petal and red fruit aromas are complemented by fresh, grassy acidity, subtle oak and silky tannins. Lovely, focused Pomerol. Drinking range: 2022 - 2030 Rating: 94 Tim Atkin MW, www.timatkin.com (May 2016)

100% Merlot picked on 24 September. Fragrant Burgundian nose and a gentle, caressing palate with polished tannins providing a light structure. Accessible earlier so enjoy it on the fruit. Drinking range: 2019 - 2025 Rating: 89 James Lawther MW, decanter.com (Apr 2016)

Château L'Église Clinet

In a region of modest architecture, the high-spired church in Pomerol tends to dominate the sky-line. Gathered around it, a trio of estates trumpet their proximity with their name – Domaine de l’Eglise, Clos l’Eglise and Château l’Eglise Clinet. Infact, Clos l’Eglise Clinet and l’Eglise Clinet, separated only by a narrow lane, used to form a single estate until they were divided in inheritance in the latter half of the 19th Century. Initially, confusingly, called Clos de l’Eglise, the estate appended the lieu dit name and became Clos de l’Eglise Clinet, before finally settling on l’Eglise Clinet. The château, such as it is, is quite modest – the château proper being left with the Clos l’Eglise portion when the estate divided. The Château l’Eglise Clinet story really begins when Denis Durantou took over in 1983 and turned a traditional if unexciting property into one of Pomerol’s superstars. New equipment in a small new chai were installed and meticulous attention has been paid to the vineyard. There are 6ha of vines given over to 85% Merlot and 14% Cabernet Franc with the last 1% being a plot of very old Malbec vines. Denis Durantou also owns Château les Cruzelles in Lalande-de-Pomerol, Saintayme in Saint Emilion and Chateau Montlandrie in the Côtes de Castillon.

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