Ronan by Clinet 2012, A.C. Bordeaux
This wine has been selected as part of our ‘guest’ wine range due to its quality and artisanal approach to winemaking. Ronan by Clinet is in essence the third wine of Chateau Clinet, although the fruit used to produce Ronan is collected from parcels across Bordeaux. This vintage is made solely of Merlot which lends plenty of plush red fruit. This uncomplicated claret offers easy drinking, pop and pour and enjoy over the course of the evening.
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This claret is loaded with plump black fruit, sweet velvety tannins and well balanced acidity. Ronan by Clinet 2012 delivers great value for money and is certainly a crowd pleaser with its rich, beautifully textured fruit and long ripe finish.
Just before serving
slow roast pork
2016 to 2018
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