El château Clinet 2014 es un vino de color rubí púrpura que presenta una nariz muy aromática con nostas de frambuesa, frutos negros y regaliz. Los aromas evolucionan hacia toques especiados y tostados. En boca, este vino de Pomerol tiene una textura cremosa y sedosa con el Merlot dinamisado por el Cabernet Sauvignon y el Cabernet Franc. Intenso y dulce, el vino desvela aromas de cerezas y frutas del bosque. Un vino equilibrado y refrescante.
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2014 Clinet was a wine that perplexed when I tasted it from barrel and as a consequence, it was one that I went back and retasted three or four times during that primeur campaign. Now in bottle, the bouquet has improved and developed more fruit concentration, armed with red plum, wild strawberry and blueberry scents. The palate is medium-bodied and quite refined, certainly not as opulent as other vintages from the estate, perhaps just missing a persistence on the angular finish. It is not a bad Clinet by a long stretch, it just feels a little constricted, especially compared to say the 2010 or 2015. I tasted this on three occasions, drawing the same conclusion each time.