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Château du Domaine de l'Eglise Red Bordeaux Blend Pomerol 2006

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The name is mentioned for the first time in the "Vieux Papiers du Libournais", in 1589, which makes Domaine de l’Eglise the oldest estate on Pomerol’s famous plateau. Originally the property of the church, the estate was secularised in the 18th century. Domaine de l’Eglise lies next to Pomerol’s church, not far from Château Petrus. In 1973 the château was acquired by the Castéja family. It owes its name equally to Couvent de l’Eglise, a remainder of the ancient alliance to the Temple Order. The round, fruity Domaine de l’Eglise wine has been among the most sought after in Pomerol for many years. This wine is made from 95% Merlot resulting in a wine full of extract, ripe plummy fruit and a velvety texture.

External Reviews for Château du Domaine de l'Eglise Red Bordeaux Blend Pomerol

External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
04/01/2008

Chateau Clos L'Eglise - Castillon FUTURES


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
04/01/2008

Chateau Clos L'Eglise - Pomerol FUTURES



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The name is mentioned for the first time in the "Vieux Papiers du Libournais", in 1589, which makes Domaine de l’Eglise the oldest estate on Pomerol’s famous plateau. Originally the property of the church, the estate was secularised in the 18th century. Domaine de l’Eglise lies next to Pomerol’s church, not far from Château Petrus. In 1973 the château was acquired by the Castéja family. It owes its name equally to Couvent de l’Eglise, a remainder of the ancient alliance to the Temple Order. The round, fruity Domaine de l’Eglise wine has been among the most sought after in Pomerol for many years. This wine is made from 95% Merlot resulting in a wine full of extract, ripe plummy fruit and a velvety texture.

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