1982 l'Evangile, Pomerol (very high shoulder, nicked capsule, lightly soiled label)

SKU #950107 98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 A blockbuster, dark plum/garnet-colored wine, the 1982 L’Evangile reveals a decadent, extravagantly rich nose of caramelized fruit, plum, licorice, smoked meats, and toffee. This opulent, full-bodied Pomerol caresses the palate with layers and layers of glycerin and fruit. The tannin is barely noticeable in this massive, rich, gorgeous effort. The complexity of the nose alone is worth a special admission price. It is close to full maturity, and is capable of lasting another 20-25 years.  (6/2009)

95 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 The bottle in the blind flight was corked. Second bottle: Impressively saturated dark red. Exotic, slightly candied aromas of raspberry liqueur, roasted meat, coffee and chocolate. Wonderfully sweet and mouthfilling, but the wine underlying minerality adds to the impression of lift and grip. Spreads out impressively to saturate the palate. A compelling example of this wine, finishing with strong but fine tannins and terrific verve. But the '61 is even richer. Drink now through 2020.  (7/2002)

Jancis Robinson

 Ruby and quite evolved-looking. Rich start and yet finishes dry. Spicy and sweet fruited with a rather dusty finish. 18/20 points.  (6/2012)

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