CHATEAU CLARKE 2011
Chateau Clarke 2011 is a fine wine from the region of Bordeaux produced by Domaine Baron Edmond de Rothschild. It is made with Merlot (% 70) and Cabernet Sauvignon (% 30) grapes, the vineyards come from Pauillac, in the Medoc area, in Bordeaux. It is a smooth and elegant wine, with pleasant hints of ripe red fruit, sweet spices, cocoa and licorice, and a long persistence.
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Chateau Clarke 2011 Baron Edmond de Rothschild
Chateau Clarke 2011 is a fine wine from the Bordeaux region produced by the Domaine Baron Edmond de Rothschild. The origins of this Domaine, founded in 1853, are very ancient. Almost a century after Edmond, descendant of the dynasty, he bought two new crus including Chateau Clarke. The vineyards are located in Pauillac, in the air of Medoc, in the region of Bordeaux. All production steps are followed with extreme care to ensure high quality wines: it is produced with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, harvested and selected by hand. Fermentation takes place in wooden barrels, at controlled temperature. Aging for 14-18 months in barrique. This 2011 Chateau Clarke shows a ruby red color with garnet reflections. The nose is invaded by a bouquet of aromas of ripe red fruit and notes of licorice, vanilla and cocoa. In the mouth it is soft but intense, with a long persistent finish. It goes well with red meat dishes, grilled meats, game and aged cheeses.
DENOMINATION: Bordeaux AOC
REGION: Bordeaux (France)
GRAPES: Merlot 70%, Cabernet Sauvignon 30%
VINIFICATION: manual harvest and selection, fermentation in wooden barrels at controlled temperature, aging in barriques between 12 and 18 months