Chateau Clerc Milon 2009
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Editorial Reviews for Chateau Clerc Milon
Smoky, tight and fairly fruity not he nose with quite fresh black cherry, black currant fruit with a thin veneer of oak and some herbal detail. While a bit lighter styled in the mouth this is fairy tannic, yet fresh in the mouth. Not terribly expressive today, this shows a bit of mineral on the backend, and turns a little tough and short on the finish but with great fresh black currant fruit. time should be kind here. 89pts
Sweet, almost strawberry scented nose with note of leather, creamy milk chocolate, and light oak spices – creamy entry, brightened by soft tannins which are very well integrated into the crisp red fruits, short finish, a bit simple but fresh and fruity (87-88)
Four and a half glasses
Wine: Chateau Clerc Milon 2007 Region: Pauillac Appearance: crystal-clear, shining, garnet, medium colour intensity, Give me fresh feelling. Smell: sound nose, intense aroma, fine bouquet, blackberry Taste: pleasant, medium dry, medium sweet, moderately tannic, well-integrated tannins, round, agreeable alcoholic strength Overall impression: harmonious, elegant. taste in Pomerol Wines Changsha China. 16/20 Points
Nose: Flint stone smoke. Currant, black berries Taste: Young and tannic. Packed with black fruit, black currant and spice. Needs time. I would give it 3-5 more years.
A bright colored wine with lots of roasted fruit and leather flavors. The red berry core with hints of chocolate and spice lasts up to the finish. Incredibly concentrated. Delicious.
Full bodied with a tanic undertone. Very good, not amazing for the price. $75 VW
Three and a half glasses
red currant , black cherries, and a touch of subtle, vanilla oak, with a fresh mid palate that is powerful and yet retains finesse, with a concentrated and dry finish. A slight flash of new world wine making here, but it's lush and the tannins along with the acidity help out. Should prove to be a stellar one. Decant for least 4+ hours, or cellar for several years, and hold your breath for the magic.
External Reviews for Chateau Clerc Milon
This is a delicious lighter Clerc with currant blackberry and mineral character. Medium body with good density and a good fresh finish. 58% cabernet sauvignon 27% merlot 12% cabernet franc 2% petit verdot and 1% carm
Displays a strong tobacco leaf edge from the start, along with smoke and singed balsam wood notes, all weaving around a core of dark plum and black cherry fruit. A touch firm in the end right now, but shows very good range.-J.M. Wine Spectator. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2011 Clerc Milon 3000ml
Moderately saturated ruby-red. Expressive complex aromas of cassis dark chocolate cedar lead pencil tobacco and fresh herbs. Velvety and fine-grained in the mouth with energetic dark fruit flavors accented by flowers cedar and fresh herbs. Finishes with ripe tannins and excellent sneaky length. I like the impression of sheer size and fresh fruit. Stephen Tanzers IWC.
Gorgeous currants and spices with licorice on the nose. Full body with super integrated tannins and a long long finish. The texture and beautiful fruit just wants you to drink this. Give it time but hard to wait. Try in 2016. James Suckling.
50% cabernet sauvignon 36% merlot 11% cabernet franc 2% petite verdot 1% carmenere. Very dark ruby bordering on purple at the core.The bouquet gives off complex notes of red and black fruit coffee dark chocolate and cigar. Medium to full bodied this Pauillac is silky and refined on the palate with tannins that are quite integrated for such a young wine. Classic notes of black olive cedar cherry and roasted coffee persist over a long finish. I would not touch for 3-4 years and drink thr
Offers a more rounded feel, with cassis, black licorice and plum sauce carried by very supple but substantial tannins and terrific acidity. The long finish has a solid tarry edge. Tasted non-blind. -J.M. Wine Spectator. A Bordeaux Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2010 Clerc Milon 1500ml
Rock-solid, with layers of baker's chocolate and espresso lining the steeped plum and blackberry fruit flavors while intense charcoal fills in on the hefty finish. Backward now, but showing excellent intensity and dark fruit, with a tug of singed iron on the finish. Best from 2018 through 2030. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.
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Dietary Information: Organic