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Chateau Clarke Chateau Clarke 2011

A traditional approach for the vinification ensure that the wine of Château Clarke continues to improve in quality to reach a degree of success that makes it a leader in its region.
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Expert Year Vote
Wine Spectator 2007 87
Wine Spectator 2008 88
Wine Advocated 2009 89

Vintage 2011

Wine zones 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 70% Merlot

Alcol 13.00%

Format 0,75 L Standard

Ruby red.
Straightforward and tasty followed by a rich taste, full-bodied and balanced. Leaves a fruity aftertaste.
Very ripe fruit and a pleasant and unobtrusive cedar wood, vanilla, licorice, cocoa and toasted almonds.
Good if paired with first courses with red sauce or grilled red meat.
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Type Merlot
Classification AOC Listrac-Médoc
Temperature 18-20
Soil Clay-limestone.
Density 6600
Harvest Grapes are harvested manually and transported in crates to a splendid wooden tank.
Aging Is matured for 14/18 months in barriques.
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Address: Listrac Médoc (France)

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Produced bottles: 1868


The wine tradition in the French branch of the Rothschild family was born in 1868 with the purchase of Château Lafite by James de Rothschild. After more than a century of family history linked to the world of wine, Baron Edmond de Rothschild (great-grandson of James) extended this family tradition in 1973 by acquiring two Listrac and Moulis Crus Bourgeois in Médoc: Château Clarke and Château Malmaison. He then created the Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild. Under a watchful eye, the estates were restored, the vines were replanted and the company was modernised and expanded while retaining a familial aspect. Over time, Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild has opened up to the world through an association with the Rupert family in South Africa. Their shared passion gave rise to the “Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons” wine cellar at the foot of the magnificent Simonsberg Mountain. In 1999, Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild bought 250 ha in Argentina at the base of the Andes to produce “Flechas de los Andes” wines with Mr Laurent Dassault. In the Bordeaux region, Baron Benjamin de Rothschild acquired the superb property at Château des Laurets in 2003 seeking to develop the full potential of this vineyard straddling two AOCs: Puisseguin Saint-Émilion and Montagne Saint-Émilion. After significant renovation work, the estate now boasts modern, high-performance facilities. More recently, in New Zealand, the acquisition of 26 ha of grapevines at the heart of the Marlborough valley has yielded Rimapere, an outstanding Sauvignon Blanc. Baron Benjamin de Rothschild and his wife Ariane continue to produce high-quality wines with exacting standards, when it comes to both the choice of new terroirs and each stage of vinification.

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