The Château Cleyrac was built in 1819 by M. Pascaud who was a pharmacist and had his pharmacy in the tower of the Château. The estate is made up of 12 hectares of vines mainly planted with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. For more than 15 years, the Coudert family has been running the Château Cleyrac. A huge revamp of the vineyard and a big remodeling has been done recently. Since 2016, Lydia Coudert, 5th generation winemaker, and the estate’s first woman winemaker, has taken over the management of the vineyard and all export sales.
Bordeaux Superieur is garnet red. It tastes of jammy red fruits, with woody notes. It’s mouth feel is of velvety tannins and has a good length. This thing drinks like a finely-tuned guitar...and you're gonna want to play this.
Success! Feel free to
or head to your