Clos du Clocher 2005 Red (Pomerol)
A big success, this a wine that manages to combine the ripeness of Merlot fruit from 2005 with impressive tannins and power and still have structure and acidity. This should age well over 10 years.
Clos du Clocher 2004 Red (Pomerol)
A properly velvet-textured Pomerol, showing some of the richness of the Merlot in 2004. This is a well-balanced, intensely rich wine, the black plum fruit flavors powering through the tannins, and with a good lift of fresh acidity to finish.
Clos du Clocher 2012 Barrel sample Red (Pomerol)
89–91. Barrel sample. Intensely ripe fruit countered with powerful tannins yields a wine that’s generous in texture and richness. The palate is bold with spice and lush fruit, highlighted by delicious acidity.
Clos du Clocher 2009 Red (Pomerol)
Attractive acidity combines with a judicious use of wood aging, producing a wine that is fresh, fragrant and ripe. It has weight while remaining lively and fruity.