Petite Eglise (2nd label of Eglise Clinet) 2007

Pomerol, Second wine

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Tasting Notes

Second wine of Église-Clinet. Dark crimson. Really toasty and lively and with lots of fruit on the nose. Really exciting. Real line right through the palate. Most impressive. No holes. No excess of acid or tannin. A little austere and short on the finish lets it down but otherwise it’s pretty impressive for this vintage. A twin of the Blason de l’Évangile.

Score: 16

Jancis Robinson MW, Maturity: 2012-2017 10 April 2008

Expressive and forward in style. Sweet fruited with red berry aromas and smooth tannins. Jolly bottle for early drinking. Drink 2011-2017.

Score: 15

Decanter, - Maturity: 2011-2017 08 April 2008

This has a beguilingly crisp, well-defined nose: pellucid and lifted. Blackberry leaf, raspberry and a touch of clay. Very fine tannins, superb balance, lovely crispness and femininity – it is superior to many a Grand Vins! Great tension on the finish, a great sense of minerality. Although this has just had one month in barrel, it will be ridiculously good for the vintage.

Score: 90 - 92

Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, 08 April 2008

Nice mid to deep ruby colour. Fresh aromas with good plumminess and hint of lead pencil and violets. Dense core of fruit combined with reasonable weight and good structure.

Score: 88 - 90

Albany Vintners, - 01 April 2008