Wine "Fleur de Clinet", Pomerol AOC, 2011
The wine is dark ruby color.
Taste wine elegant, fleshy, concentrated, powerful, with excellent balance and velvety tannins and a long, rich, expansive and rich finish.
The wine has a wonderful aroma with notes of red fruits (strawberries, raspberries), blackcurrant, tobacco and light nuances of oriental spices.
Wine is the perfect complement to meat dishes (grilled meat, roast at home), smoked meat, lamb and poultry, as well as aged cheeses.
Wine "Fleur de Clinet" - second wine Chateau Klin. It is produced by the same canons, based on the same principles as the first wine that goes by the name "Chateau Clinet". Due to the fact that the winemakers carefully selected berries for the first wine of the remaining crop they produce a second wine - not so bright, full of strength and charismatic as "Chateau Clinet". Nevertheless, "Fleur de wedge" is endowed with considerable number of outstanding features. The grapes are harvested by hand. The wine is produced using traditional methods of winemaking Pomerol, where the goal is to keep as much freshness as possible. Wine is aged in oak barrels for 12 months. Vintage 2010 has a sensual, hedonistic style that combines the intensity of pleasure, it is an affordable and exciting.
History Chateau Kline began at the end of the XIX century. 1980 is considered the starting point of the period of creation in the castle of great wines. The castle is located on the same plateau as Petrus. Chateau Clinet - one of the most promising wineries Pomerol. In 1998 Chateau Kline gets engineer agronomist by training, the owner of two categories Chateau Grand Cru in the current Jean-Louis Laborde. He is gaining permanent team and as an oenologist Michel Rolland invites Mr. Jean-Louis Laborde is updating the winery and cellars, as well as work in the vineyards in order to continually improve the quality of wine. The result was not long in coming: Robert Parker gives an estimate of "eksepsonel" wines of Chateau wedge and millezim 2000 has a rating of 95-100 points magazine Wine Spectator, along with such renowned farms, as L'Evanzhil Chateau and Chateau Margaux.