Ranked a First Growth Barsac in 1855, Ch�teau Climens was acquired by Lucien Lurton in 1970, the year in which his daughter, B�r�nice, was born, who now owns and manages the estate; farmed according to biodynamic principles. Renowned for her extraordinary attention to detail, B�r�nice is now responsible for a wine that rivals d'Yquem in quality: a wine that is marked for an extraordinary tension b…
Intense on the nose, the aromas are a perfect blend of candied fruits, with hints of spice and toast. The palate is fresh and very aromatic, lifted by ripe citrus flavours, and notes of pineapple, quince and sweet spices.
Pale gold in colour with aromas of lime, grapefruit, tropical fruit and fennel. The palate is rounded, rich and sweet without being cloying as the honey and apricot fruit is balanced with a limey acidity that keeps it fresh through to the soft finish.
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