This estate has belonged to the Edmond de Rothschild family since 1973. From one of the top performing properties in Listrac, this wine is well proportioned, rich and dense. It has weight but its main thrust is elegance, with stylish black-currant fruit, acidity and a dry core from the wood aging. The wine will age well and should not be drunk before 2023. (RV)
The 2015 Clarke has an attractive blackberry and briary scented nose with just a hint of dark chocolate emanating from the new oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fine grain tannin, the acidity nicely judged with fine tension on the cedar and tobacco-tinged finish. I appreciate the freshness and refinement demonstrated by this Château Clarke, a classic Listrac that should give 10-12 years of pleasure. (NM)
Sweet and generous but also with quite a slug of dry tannins, and that really gives the wine some character and drive at the finish. You can drink it now, but better in 2020.
Well-expressed Listrac fruit with Moulis ripeness and good grip for the future. (SS)
Lots of Strawberry, forest floor and hints of flowers all emerge from the 2015 Château Clarke and it's medium-bodied, elegant and balanced, with fine tannin and good acidity. This charming Listrac has lots to love and should drink nicely for 7-8 years.
Mid crimson with ruby rim. Dark and savoury on the nose, dark fruit and dark chocolate. Dry, fine texture but a little short on fruit to fill out the middle. 16/20 points. (JH)
On the fleshy side for a Listrac, with good plum and blackberry coulis flavors inlaid with singed vanilla and alder notes. Light tobacco hints echo with the fruit through the finish. Drink now through 2020. (JM)
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