Clerc Milon 2019 was released at €48 per bottle ex-négociant, down 20% on the 2018 release (€60). The wine is being offered at £624 per 12×75, a decrease of 14.8% on the 2018 release of £732 a case.
James Suckling awarded the highest score to the wine, a barrel range of 94-95, calling it “precise and driven.” Jean-Marc Quarin also scored it favourably, awarding a 94. Lisa Perrotti-Brown trailed just slightly behind, at a (92-94)+.
For more information on this year’s Clerc Milon, you can view the Chateau’s vintage presentation on the Union des Grand Cru de Bordeaux’s YouTube channel, here.
The 2019 vintage released at the same price as the 2017, which Antonio Galloni called “a real sleeper in this vintage.” The market price of the 2017 has since drifted 8.7% in price, making it the cheapest available on the market, and at 92 points, offers value when compared to vintages of similar merit.
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