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Pomerol

1970 Château L'Évangile

75cl Volume

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$207.17 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 1970 Other vintages
Appellation:Pomerol (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château l'Evangile
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Merlot
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The 1970 Château L'Évangile : a red wine from Pomerol produced by Château l'Evangile that is made of merlot of 1970. The 1970 Château L'Évangile is the ideal red to combine with game and red meat. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points while renowned wine experts rate it as follows: robert parker: 84.

Elaboration of 1970 Château L'Évangile

1970 Château L'Évangile (Merlot)

Producer: Château l'Evangile

Appellation: Pomerol

Grapes: Merlot

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The Winery

Château l'Evangile

Château l'Evangile

The Léglise family from Libourne founded what is now Château L'Evangile. They were actively involved, around the middle of the 18th century, in building the Pomerol vineyard. L'Evangile appeared in the 1741 land registry under the name of Fazilleau.

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Reviews of 1970 Château L'Évangile

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Your rating for 1970 Château L'Évangile:Rate 1970 Château L'Évangile:

4 /5

Twinkling cherry colour. Vanilla aromas.The grape had presence.
I enjoyed it with a beef dish.
I took the Château Evangile with my couple in a romantic plan.
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Château Evangile 1970

4 /5

Cherry red colour. If you are a fan of red fruit compote, then this wine is perfect for you. It was light.
I had it with duck confit and I think that they pair quite well.
A good wine to enjoy with good friends.
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Château L'Évangile 1970

Reviews of other vintages of 1970 Château L'Évangile20082017

5/5

Excellent Pomerol, good value for money!
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Fernando Lanzer Pereira De Souza

4/5

I bought a box of this 2017 on the internet.
It's red with a violet edge. Coffee aromas. The taste was like fresh grapes.
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Gloria Kent