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Le Clarence de Haut Brion 1992

Le Clarence de Haut Brion - Chateau Haut Brion


Medium dark ruby with a curranty/herbal bouquet, this 1992 is supple, medium-bodied, charming, and harmonious. It should drink well for 4-6 years. *** I continue to consume my 1989 Bahans Haut Brion with enormous pleasure. It is one of the two greatest second wines (the 1982 Forts de Latour is a noteworthy rival) that I have known. The 1992 is sweeter and riper than the 1991, with a lovely nose of minerals, tobacco, and black fruits. Supple, medium-bodied, charming, and harmonious, it should drink well for 4-6 years.


€ 1,300

 October 2015

Le Clarence de Haut Brion - Chateau Haut Brion

Le Clarence de Haut Brion is the second wine of the world renowned Chateau Haut Brion - a French wine production estate of the highest grade; its premier wine Haut Brion is classified as Premier Cru Classe (First Growth). The winery is situated in Talence, in the North of the wine growing region of Graves. The Primary wine of Chateau Haut Brion is the only wine of the five first growths that falls under the Pessac-Leognan appellation.

Le Clarence de Haut Brion has only carried this name since the vintage 2007 as it was formerly known as Bahans Haut Brion. Additionally, this prestigious Chateau also produces a dry white referred to as Haut Brion Blanc, and a further dry white wine labeled Les Plantiers du Haut Brion, relabeled as La Clarte de Haut Brion since the 2008 vintage.

5,000 - 7,000 cases


Pessac-Leognan/Graves - Left Bank

48.3 hectares

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