CHATEAU CLINET POMEROL
Chateau clinet is one of the oldest vineyards in pomerol. Old maps unearthed by the estate show that vines were planted in 1785. From there, the vineyard became the property of the constant family, before it passed to the arnaud family. The arnaud’s had good taste in wine. At the same time, they were also owners of the famed bordeaux wine property, petrus.
Chateau clinet is one of the few pomerol properties with a large percentage, (large for pomerol) of cabernet sauvignon in their vineyards.
The 11.27 hectare vineyard of chateau clinet is planted to 88% merlot, 11.5% cabernet sauvignon and .5% cabernet franc. The young are at the higher level of density. On average, many of their vines are close to 45 years of age. However chateau clinet also has some of the oldest vines in pomerol.
The wines of clinet are rich, supple,
sensuous, powerful and in the best vintages, offer floral, chocolate and spicy
flavors. The wine ages well, developing sensuous textures and aromatic
Chateau clinet is winning a lot of friends with it’s new high quality and their very friendly pricing policy due to a desire to build long term relationships with customers. For the time being prices remain low for a pomerol of this level of quality, making chateau clinet a property to keep an eye on.
The wines of clinet are rich, supple, sensuous, powerful and in the best vintages, offer floral, chocolate and spicy flavors. The wine ages well, developing sensuous textures and aromatic complexities.
|GRAPE TYPE||MERLOT,CABERNET SAUVIGNON|