Two half bottles from a case bought at auction and since stored in my temperature controlled cellar.
Here is Neal Martin’s most recent 95pt Wine Advocate Review:
“Tasted at Chateau Climens. The 1995 Climens has a butterscotch, dried pineapple, kumquat and wax-resin bouquet that is well defined and now fully open for business. The palate is spicy on the entry, chamomile, cinnamon and brown spices, just a touch of dryness on the finish. But there is great depth here with a long barley sugar and spice finish. This is a fabulous Château Climens that is just beginning to enter its stride. Drink now-2035+ Tasted April 2009.”
And a more recent review from the Wine Cellar Insider on Cellartracker:
7/15/2016 – Jeff Leve wrote: 94 Points
“At 21 years of age, this is really at the top of its game. The butterscotch, custard, pineapple, apricot and Asian spice aromatics grab your attention. The fresh, sweet, lively, honeyed tropical fruit and tangerine notes in the finish taste, and feel great.”