Château CLERC MILON
5ème grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 2018
  • Pauillac
Château CLERC MILON 5ème grand cru classé 2018 wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl

wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl: 158,33 €wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl

Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

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Rated 95/100 by the Revue du Vin de France « En 2018, le cru gère parfaitement la richesse du millésime. Le vin explose de fruit tout en étant affuté. Il garde un côté très énergique et tonique. » (Nov. 2020)

To keep or to drink :
Wait 5 to 10 years
Apogée :
2028-2040

From the same producer

  • 5752
    2020 Pauillac
    • Red
    43,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    The 2020 vintage is rated 94/100 by La Revue du Vin de France "2020 has lost none of its charm. It's as appealing and delicious as ever, with a very seductive bouquet of red fruit." (December 2022)

    Rated 93/100 by N. Martin "The 2020 D'Armailhac has a very pure bouquet of blackberry, blueberry, crushed iris flowers and hints of potpourri, which is tight at first but opens up nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied, with slightly angular tannins at the start, fine acidity and pure blackberry and graphite notes that become more pronounced on the finish. This wine can only come from Pauillac. A top-class d'Armailhac that offers a great expression of terroir and a sense of classicism." (December 2022)

    Rated 93/100 by le Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
    More
  • 6570
    2019 Pauillac
    • Red
    40,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    The 2019 vintage is rated 94/100 by le Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    More
  • 4370
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    41,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 94/100 by the Revue du Vin de France « Très ample et solaire, ce millésime 2018 impressionne par sa densité, ses notes de cerises noires et le côté voluptueux de sa finale. » (Nov. 2020)

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
    More
  • 3006
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    56,25 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 2418
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    56,25 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on November 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche pleine et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur ».

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2035
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4843
    2012 Pauillac
    • Red
    54,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on november 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche plein et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur. ».

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
    More
  • 4842
    2011 Pauillac
    • Red
    54,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on november 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche plein et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur. ».

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2036
    More
  • 4844
    2010 Pauillac
    • Red
    70,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on november 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche plein et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur. ».

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2036
    More
  • 6449
    2021 Pauillac
    • Red
    68,75 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    The 2019 vintage is rated 93/100 by Neal Martin « There is more elegance here than I noticed last year. This should evolve into a top-grade Clerc-Milon. » (Feb. 2022)

    Rated 95/100 by M. Quarin «Ensemble superbe et plus précis que jamais» (March 2022)

    Rated 95/100 by la Revue du Vin de France « Un millésime de référence pour le cru.» (September 2022)

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2038
    More
  • 5086
    2019 Pauillac
    • Red
    79,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    See the data sheet

    The 2019 vintage is rated 95/100 by M. Quarin «Ensemble superbe et plus précis que jamais» (March 2022)

    Rated 95/100 by la Revue du Vin de France « Un millésime de référence pour le cru.» (September 2022)

    Rated 94/100 by le Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024

    Rated 93/100 by Neal Martin « There is more elegance here than I noticed last year. This should evolve into a top-grade Clerc-Milon. » (Feb. 2022)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2038
    More
  • 4252
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    79,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    See the data sheet

    Noté 95/100 par la Revue du Vin de France « En 2018, le cru gère parfaitement la richesse du millésime. Le vin explose de fruit tout en étant affuté. Il garde un côté très énergique et tonique. » (Nov. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    More
  • 5295
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    95,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2040
    More
  • 4845
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    86,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    More
  • 5755
    2020 Pauillac
    • Red
    404,17 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's second wine, which appeared in 1993, has since made its place among its peers (Carruades de Lafite, Forts de Latour, Pavillon Rouge) by offering each vintage a great Pauillac, full, fleshy, muscular, barely less deep and full-bodied than its famous big brother but with the same cassis finish. Petit Mouton has grown up!

    Rated 93/100 by N. Martin «The 2020 Le Petit Mouton has less than 13% alcohol. It has an intense bouquet with black fruit, freshly-tilled loam, light estuarine scents and a touch of pressed violets. Very delineated and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, wonderful acidity and tension, very focused and mineral-driven towards the finish that is persistent. Graphite notes linger on the aftertaste. Superb. » (December 2022)

    Rated 94/100 by le Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2044
    More
  • 6469
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    207,92 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's second wine, which appeared in 1993, has since made its place among its peers (Carruades de Lafite, Forts de Latour, Pavillon Rouge) by offering each vintage a great Pauillac, full, fleshy, muscular, barely less deep and full-bodied than its famous big brother but with the same cassis finish. Petit Mouton has grown up!

    Rated 93/100 by N. MARTIN «The 2020 Le Petit Mouton has less than 13% alcohol. It has an intense bouquet with black fruit, freshly-tilled loam, light estuarine scents and a touch of pressed violets. Very delineated and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, wonderful acidity and tension, very focused and mineral-driven towards the finish that is persistent. Graphite notes linger on the aftertaste. Superb. » (December 2022)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2044
    More
  • 6470
    2017 Pauillac
    • Red
    189,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's second wine, which appeared in 1993, has since made its place among its peers (Carruades de Lafite, Forts de Latour, Pavillon Rouge) by offering each vintage a great Pauillac, full, fleshy, muscular, barely less deep and full-bodied than its famous big brother but with the same cassis finish. Petit Mouton has grown up!

    Rated 93/100 by N. MARTIN «The 2020 Le Petit Mouton has less than 13% alcohol. It has an intense bouquet with black fruit, freshly-tilled loam, light estuarine scents and a touch of pressed violets. Very delineated and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, wonderful acidity and tension, very focused and mineral-driven towards the finish that is persistent. Graphite notes linger on the aftertaste. Superb. » (December 2022)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2044
    More
  • 6697
    2021 Pauillac
    • Red
    500,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2050
    More
  • 5302
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    700,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2050
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 5301
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    567,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2045
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 5300
    2011 Pauillac
    • Red
    496,25 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2042
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4378
    2010 Pauillac
    • Red
    796,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2050
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4381
    2007 Pauillac
    • Red
    524,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    See the data sheet

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2019-2032
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
    More
  • 2648
    2006 Pauillac
    • Red
    564,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2036
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
    More