Tasting notes: Very fruity nose of blackberries (sour cherries, blackcurrant) with fresh notes of mocha and toast. The attack on the palate is fine, silky with a powerful and balanced tannic structure. The palate is dense and very velvety thanks to the very ripe and coated tannins. The finish is persistent with fruity notes, but it is the quality of the tannins, that dominates.
About the winery: The Leglise family is at the origin of Chateau L'Evangile, named Fazilleau in the cadastres of 1721. It was not until the 19th century that a lawyer named it Chateau l'Evangile. It will belong to the Ducasse family then will be bought by Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) in 1990. The surface is 22 hectares on sandy clay soil with pure gravel and subsoil imprinted with iron filth.