Thanks for posting. Pomerol is the most expensive Bordeaux wine appellation. It combines low production with high quality and demand. That is a recipe for pricey wines.
But there are some nice Pomerol's if you know where to look. My first tip is, when you read that the vintage is good for Pomerol, buy the wines you want as quick as possible as futures. Pomerol is the first region to harvest, so a good vintage in other areas does not guarantee the wines from Pomerol should be purchased as futures.
You've already discovered Feytit Clinet. La Croix St. Georges is also a good choice. The wines can be oaky in their youth. Gazin is a wine to look for. 2009 is a great vintage for Pomerol. Latour a' Pomerol, La Fleur de Gay, Vraye Croix de Gay, Le Gay, Certan de May & Providence are still fairly priced and are worth seeking out. I didn't get to taste them all. But on the strength of the vintage, and the reviews from other writers I trust, I purchased some of those wines for my own cellar.
Thanks for posting.