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Clinet 2010
+£104.00     (+10.38%) Latest price:  £1,106.00
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Average Score 93.39

The blend is largely dominated by 85% Merlot, with some Cabernet Sauvignon and a small amount of Cabernet Franc also included. Inky/purple-colored, the wine has an exceptionally full-bodied, layered, moderately tannic mouthfeel and impressive power. Loads of melted chocolate/fudge and black fruits galore along with some coffee bean, mocha, as well as some background oak are all present in this big, formidably endowed, masculine style of Pomerol that will take longer to shed its tannin than the 2009. I would give this wine 5-6 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 30+ years. Feb 2013,
Clinet owner, Ronan Laborde, used what he called a classic Pomerol blend of 85% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon and 3% Cabernet Franc. At 14.6 % alcohol, than they achieved in 2009. Effective yields are also lower than in 2009. In fact, they are close to 25% less, which means there will be a lot less wine in the marketplace from this outstanding vintage. Opaque in color, explosive, floral, plum, black fruit, jammy berry, oak, chocolate and black raspberry scents create a beguiling perfume. This complex, spicy wine coats your palate with layers of pure, sweet, ripe plums. This is a hedonistic, sensuous style of Pomerol that blends intensity with pleasure and chocolate covered ripe fruit.
Nothing on the palate and then all of a sudden it blasts off on the finish. Superb Clinet. Full and velvety. Juicy.
Tasted somewhere (but I cannot remember exactly where) the Clinet 2010 has a precocious nose that soon settles in the glass: very pure dark cherry and blueberry fruit with touches of black olive and vanilla, building in intensity but remaining composed. The palate is full-bodied with ripe “clingy” tannins that do not want to let go and yet the texture of smooth and seductive. Don’t be fooled by the first half. Those tannins kick in towards the second with a surprising dry, taut, tar-tinged finish. This is a complex Clinet that will really show its true colours after bottling. Well done Ronan! Tasted March 2011. Neal Martin,
Rich and fleshy, with a cocoa powder frame to the blueberry, raspberry and dark plum fruit. Long, with some muscle, yet stays graceful overall. James Molseworth,
Dark, rich and powerful. Good attack. Undoubted depth and reserve but I prefer the balance and charm of the '09. Bit more extraction this year? Drink 2018-2035. James Lawther,
Blackish crimson. Such ripeness it’s almost cheesy on the nose. Then very firm on the palate – verging on inkiness. A real backbone here! This wine’s two faces don’t seem to be talking to each other yet. It may get there in the end…?
This deeply coloured Clinet is full-bodied and generous with tannins that are ripe and dominating the palate at the moment. This will no doubt be a very good wine in 8 to 10 years time but it won't be approachable for at least 5 years. There is substance here and it will open up to reveal a powerful full-bodied Pomerol.
Firm and structured with very cocoa fruit. For us this is just a little hard right now but is so stuffed with good components that it should blossom with time. Clearly classy.

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