• Racking involves transferring the wine from one cask into another in order to separate the liquid from the deposit (the lees). The repeated process gives an increasingly clear and glittering wine.

    The skills

    Racking involves transferring the wine from one cask into another in order to separate the liquid from the deposit (the lees). The repeated process gives an increasingly clear and glittering wine.

Respect for tradition, a feeling for aesthetic and technical innovation: true to these family values, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild has fully restored the legitimacy of Classified Growth status to a Château that her father had already put back on the right track. Clerc Milon now has not only high-level technical facilities but also spectacular reception areas. Above all, it benefits from the expertise and commitment of all those who, having attended its rebirth, are now working to secure its reputation as a gem of Médoc winemaking and architecture. It is to those men and women that the task of writing the next page in its history will fall.

 
The skills
  • <p>Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy, the Director of Château Clerc Milon.</p>

    Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy, the Director of Château Clerc Milon.

  • <p>Frédéric Faure, the Cellar-master of the Château.</p>

    Frédéric Faure, the Cellar-master of the Château.

  • <p>Richard Martin, the Vineyard manager of the Château.</p>

    Richard Martin, the Vineyard manager of the Château.

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