Posts Tagged Ch. Clos L’Eglise

2001 Ch. Clos L’Eglise, Cotes de Castillon

Young, fruit-forward ultra-ripe blackberries and boysenberries. Sharp in the mouth. Less structure; good for near-term drinking. MSRP: $24 (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

2000 Ch. Clos L’Eglise, Cotes de Castillon

Big, tannic, black fruits, closed. Coffee. Young and buttery. Balanced. Needs time. MSRP: $32 (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

1999 Ch. Clos L’Eglise, Cotes de Castillon

Wow! Warm, rich nose of roast coffee, mocha, caramel and concentrated black fruits. Solid tannins. Structured for the California palate. MSRP: N/A (September 2003) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

Bordeaux Trade Tasting in Los Angeles: December 3, 2002

By Glen Frederiksen The wines presented were from Gerard Perse and Alain Reynaud, owners of Ch. Pavie, Ch. Monbousquet, Ch. Pavie-Decesse, Ch. Bellevue-Mondotte, and Clos les Lunelles. A total of 21 wines in all were poured and discussed, with... Read more