Château Clinet

Fleur De Clinet Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend

8.824 ratings
8.94 pro ratings
Pomerol, Libournais, Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, White Rice, Mushrooms, Pasta, Pork, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Lamb, Tomato-Based, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Beef, Hard Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Jose Lorenzo

Young and beautiful. Can't wait for 10 more years

Young and beautiful. Can't wait for 10 more years

1 person found it helpfulFeb 27th, 2014
Mike Steffel

Lots of merlot.

Lots of merlot.

Apr 26th, 2017
Tim
9.6

2011

2011

Oct 17th, 2019
Gerry Ryan

Full bodied, tannin rich and very oakey. Had this with a fillet steak and this wine did it justice. Make sure to decant a few hours before serving.

Full bodied, tannin rich and very oakey. Had this with a fillet steak and this wine did it justice. Make sure to decant a few hours before serving.

Oct 14th, 2017
Blue Dee

Tanya says "Hello TANNINS! Mmhah mmhah mmhah." Big flavour, getting tart as it airs. Maybe merlot isn't for V, T, or A. There are better bottles for the price point. Just barely made the Mona Lisa smile.

Tanya says "Hello TANNINS! Mmhah mmhah mmhah." Big flavour, getting tart as it airs. Maybe merlot isn't for V, T, or A. There are better bottles for the price point. Just barely made the Mona Lisa smile.

Sep 30th, 2017
Chad Guay

Nothing but juice.

Nothing but juice.

Feb 5th, 2017
P A
9.0

Wow, this outstanding wine has somehow slipped under the radar. From the respected Pomeral region in S.W. France it has many of the traits of other Boudreaux appellations yet delightfully distinct. It is dark ruby in colour displaying the many wonderful subtleties of the Pomeral wines presenting mingling aromas of raspberry, black berries, black pepper, Earl Gray Tea and Lavender. With a well-balanced silky taste of fresh lush fruit, it leaves a lingering expression of spices and brown sugar. How did I miss this one? I have already ordered a case to be held for my next trip to Calgary. Cheers

Wow, this outstanding wine has somehow slipped under the radar. From the respected Pomeral region in S.W. France it has many of the traits of other Boudreaux appellations yet delightfully distinct. It is dark ruby in colour displaying the many wonderful subtleties of the Pomeral wines presenting mingling aromas of raspberry, black berries, black pepper, Earl Gray Tea and Lavender. With a well-balanced silky taste of fresh lush fruit, it leaves a lingering expression of spices and brown sugar. How did I miss this one? I have already ordered a case to be held for my next trip to Calgary. Cheers

Oct 25th, 2016
Nick Davis

Nick had this 3 years ago

Nick had this 3 years ago

Mar 16th, 2017
Konstantin Eroshenkov

Konstantin had this 4 years ago

Konstantin had this 4 years ago

May 17th, 2016
Paul Truszkowski aka Vinophil

Paul had this 6 years ago

Paul had this 6 years ago

Dec 13th, 2013