Very, very deep crimson. Quite youthful rim. Good core of fruit. Gentle terroir on the nose, reminiscent of minerals and lead pencils but the wine is still hard and very, very chewy.
Tasted from magnum at the Academie du Vin dinner in Bordeaux, the Clerc Milon ’82 has a fresh, cedar-scented bouquet with dusky black fruit, mint and cedar that seems rather rustic compared to other Pauillac wines from the vintage. The palate is nicely defined with supple black fruit and feels like a wine in an unforced, natural repose with cedar and sous-bois on the weighty finish. It is a charming, simple Pauillac. Tasted April 2012. (NM)
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