Chateau Clerc Milon 2005, Grand Cru Classe Pauillac
Chateau Clerc Milon is a Fifth Growth estate located in Pauillac in Bordeaux. It was acquired by the owner of Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, in 1970. Baron Philippe saw the potential in Clerc Milon and its 40 hectare estate. After many modern advancements and improvements since made to the winery and vineyard, Chateau Clerc Milon is a force to be reckoned with and one of the leading estates in Bordeaux.
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An exceptional vintage for Pauillac. Intense claret hues from the glass. Notes of bramble, leather, coffee bean, liquorice and pencil lead are dominant. The tannins are fine and well integrated throughout the wine. Expect notes of mushroom, game and a hint of spice to bring up the rear on the finish. Drinking fabulously now but will definitely reward further cellaring.
Ninety minutes before serving
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Merlot
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