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Chateau Clarke, Cabernet Sauvignon MAGNUM

Cabernet Sauvignon

Listrac-Medoc, France

Nose: The 2010 Chateau Clarke Cabernet Sauvignon unveils a majestic and beautifully evolved nose. Aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, and dark cherry. These fruity notes are enhanced by hints of cedar, tobacco, and earthy undertones. Along with subtle hints of vanilla and clove. The bouquet is profound and layered, showcasing the wine's decade-long maturation in the bottle.

Palate: On the palate, this Cabernet Sauvignon release demonstrates the remarkable aging potential of Bordeaux wines. The wine presents a velvety and complex palate, where ripe black fruit flavors of blackberries, cassis, and plum, seamlessly integrate with nuances of dark chocolate, dried herbs, espresso, and a touch of well-seasoned oak. The wine's firm tannins and balanced acidity create a robust and harmonious mouthfeel, enhancing its overall depth and complexity.

Finish: The finish of the 2010 Chateau Clarke Cabernet Sauvignon is long and elegant, with lingering flavors of dark fruit, spice, and a touch of minerality. The refined tannins and balanced acidity ensure a smooth and refined conclusion, leaving a lasting impression of power and sophistication.

Food Pairing: This 2010 Chateau Clarke Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 calls for a pairing with refined and robust dishes. Consider serving it alongside a ribeye steak, venison with a red wine reduction, even roasted root vegetables. For a selection of cheeses pair with mature cheeses such as aged cheddar, blue cheese, Comte, or aged Gouda.

Overall: The 2010 Chateau Clarke Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum is a beautifully crafted wine that embodies the elegance and complexity of the Listrac-Médoc region. With its expressive nose, full-bodied palate, and refined finish, it offers a sophisticated and enjoyable wine experience. Whether paired with food or savored on its own, this Cabernet Sauvignon delivers depth, elegance, and memorable flavors.

Chateau Clarke, Cabernet Sauvignon MAGNUM
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