Château Haut Saint Clair

The garde indication changes with time.

We advise you to tast your « vins de garde » at least once a year in order to avoid surprises, because the wine evolution changes according to the storage conditions.

The wine evolutes more or less rapidly depending on the size of the bottle.

The bigger the bottle, the slower the evolution or the ageing.

Good to know
2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Moulin_2012 Vieux-vigneau_2012 Rose

2004

To be drunk within three to five years.

Classic vintage from Bordeaux, very pleasant and smooth.
Let settle for 15 minutes before serving.

2006

To be drunk and stored within five to seven years.

Classic vintage from Saint Emilion, tannic, powerful and elegant.
Let settle for 15 minutes before serving.

2007

To be drunk and stored within four to five years.

Fruity wine, pleasant, with well integrated tannins.
Let settle for 15 minutes before serving.

2008

To be drunk and stored within five to six years.

Well-balanced, tannic and concentrated wine.
Let settle for 30 minutes before serving.

2009

To be drunk and stored within seven to eight years.

Winy, heady and powerful.
Let settle or oxygenate for one hour before serving.

2010

To be drunk and stored within nine to ten years.

Well balanced, well-constituted, rich, pleasant.
Let settle or oxygenate for one hour before serving.

2011

To be drunk and stored for more than 10 years.

Structured, powerful, crisp and fruity, spicy and woody final.
Let settle or oxygenate for one hour before serving.

Moulin 2012

To be drunk and stored for five years.

Round, charming, with well present tannins, a spiced final, slightly woody.
Let settle for 30 minutes before serving.

Vieux Vigneau 2012

To be drunk and stored for five years.

Round, charming, with well present tannins, a spiced final, slightly woody.
Let settle for 30 minutes before serving.

Rosé

Rosé de Haut Saint Clair

Ce Rosé est très fruité, sec, à boire frappé avec vos grillades d’été...