Clinet 2015 has been released at €60 per bottle ex-negociant, up 36.4% on the 2014 release price of €44. The Chateau is recommending that the wine is offered by the trade at £624 per 12×75. This is a 45.1% increase on the first offer price of the 2014 (£430).
Critics have been impressed by the wine. It received 99-100 from James Suckling (“Greatest Clinet ever. No jam. Just class”), 95-97 from Neal Martin (“a great Pomerol from Ronan Laborde and his team”) and 94-97 from James Molesworth (“Shows serious length already and latent depth. A hedonistic wine in the making”).
Buyers seeking value in the back vintages may be tempted by the 95-point 2011 and 2012 that are available at a 25.8% and 26.2% discount.