Pape Clement Is Climbing Up

Pape Clement Is Climbing Up

by Westgarth Wines August 21, 2016

A recently elevated Robert Parker score of Bordeaux fine wine maker Pape Clement 2012 (from 92-95 points tasted in barrel to 97 in bottle) has led to an increased price, and yet it remains a relatively good value. The 2012 vintage is not the only one getting positive reviews. 2015 Pape Clement received accolades and 2009 even got a 100-point review from Parker. If you buy fine wine you might wish to get this while the prices are still in your favor!

Related Link: Pape Clement 2012 On The Rise?





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