Château Climens has been part of the Bordeaux wine heritage since 1547.
Château Climens produces Barsac wines that were soon nicknamed the "Lord of Barsac" due to their structure and surface area, which have remained unchanged for over 200 years.
2006 was a year marked by unstable weather conditions. July was scorching, followed by a rainy and cool August and a hot and rainy September. The harvest began on 13 September with alternating morning fogs and sunny afternoons. Fortunately, the heavy rainfall between 16 and 22 September did not impact the vineyard. The harvest ended on 5 October. The grapes were healthy, concentrated and of high purity.
Château Climens 2006 is a 100% Sémillon.