Clos de la Sérénité

Pomerol

The prestigious Pomerol appellation is home to the 4933 vines that give birth to this precious wine, Clos de la Sérénité. Each vine is cultivated according to traditional methods, to encourage the expression of the grape variety on this exceptional terroir. The blue clay, unique of the appellation, gives the Merlot its distinctive character. Both in the vineyard and in the cellar, it's the work of a goldsmith that produces these rare bottles. The silky texture and complex fruity aromas, accompanied by fine spicy nuances, are the hallmarks of great Pomerol wines.

Features

  • Appellation: Pomerol
  • Location: Pomerol, Libourne
  • Area: 0,9104 ha
  • Grape variety: 100% Merlot
  • Age of vines: 35 years
  • Planting density: 6666 plants per hectare
  • Soil type: clay and sand

Tasting

  • Aromas: This wine reveals rich notes of strawberry and grapefruit, giving it a fruity, spicy, balanced and generous aroma.
  • Taste: It offers an elegant taste with a smooth texture and a long finish. It is described as balanced, fruity and spicy.

Food & wine pairing

  • Meat in sauce or grilled
  • Cheese
  • Mushroom dishes

Conservation

5-15 years

Winegrowing singularities

Wine Singularities

Climate

  • Debudding and pruning mid-May
  • 1st leaf-thinning in July
  • 2nd leaf removal in September
  • Hand-picked in small crates
  • Careful grape sorting by hand by 20 skilled workers
  • Pre-fermentation maceration for one week at 5°C
  • Vinification in 10 Hl and 5 Hl stainless steel vats
  • Manual punching down
  • 28-day maceration period
  • Aged 18 months in new barrels and one wine in terracotta jars.
  • Winters in Bordeaux are generally mild, with average temperatures around 5 to 10 degrees Celsius (41 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit). Minimum temperatures rarely fall below zero, which limits the risk of severe frost.
  • Spring in Bordeaux is cool and often rainy. Temperatures begin to rise gradually from March onwards, favoring the budburst of the vines.
  • Summers in Bordeaux are hot and sunny, with average daytime temperatures often reaching 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (77 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit). Sunny days and cool nights help maintain grape acidity, which is essential for wine quality.
  • Autumns are generally mild and moderate in Bordeaux. Temperatures begin to drop gradually from September onwards, with cool nights contributing to the slow, steady ripening of the grapes.

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