Wine Advocate | Rating: 92Reminiscent of a great vintage of Chateau Margaux, Clark-Claudon's 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Estate boasts notes of flowers, graphite, black currants, raspberries, and plums. This tannic, backward 2001 possesses a Bordeaux-like structure as well as a deep, rich, full-bodied personality. Still playing it close to the vest, give it 3-4 more years of bottle age and drink it over the following two decades.Author: Robert Parker
Self | Rating: 92Dark colored wine with a smoky nose of licorice and plum. Good fruit concentration with toasty oak and decent length. In context, a rather disappointing effort from Clark Claudon.Author: Daniel B
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Collector Data For This Wine
- 721 bottles owned
- 97 collectors
- Average collector rating: 91
(Out of 97 collectors)