2004 Château Clinet. If you want to know why Bordeaux is expensive, this wine explains it partly. Yes, there is a boatload of Bordeaux that is overhyped, but this stuff is worth every penny I paid. Just delicious cherry and plum wrapped in a leafy, autumnal tobacco note. So much going on and kept getting better and better for two days. This is drinking beautifully right now and pairs exceptionally well with fowl and game, (and beef as well although that would be my last choice among those options). 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon that saw only 60% new oak.

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