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A very fine-tannined red with currant, berry, violet, and dried orange peel. Medium body, firm tannins and a linear finish. Very fine and pretty. This will age nicely. 80% merlot and 20% cabernet franc. ~94-95 James Suckling
Always one of my favorite wines from the Garcin family, the 2021 Clos L'Eglise is beautiful stuff that brings ample richness and depth as well as plenty of classic Pomerol sexiness. Lots of ripe berry fruits, chocolate, chalky minerality, and tobacco notes define the bouquet at this young stage, and it's medium-bodied, with a round, layered mouthfeel, ripe tannins, and a great finish. It doesn't have the mid-palate density or opulence of the 2020 (or 2018), but it's a remarkable, elegant, beautiful Pomerol that will have two decades of longevity. ~92-94 J. Dunnuck
The 2021 Clos L'Eglise is a dense, powerful Pomerol. There's real energy driving the red/purplish fruit, lavender, and spice. Far from an easygoing Pomerol, Clos L'Eglise is going to need time to be at its best, but there's no rush. The 2021 is a bit compact, and yet all the elements are there for it to develop into a very fine, compelling wine. ~92-95 Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media