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Château Mouton Rothschild
Château Mouton Rothschild - Cru Classé 2015
Pauillac - aoc

  • Unit - 75cl
  • Wooden case of 6 - 75 cl
CHF 699.00
Unit - 75cl
CHF 4'194.00
Wooden case of 6 - 75 cl
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Description

Owned in the 18th century, along with Lafite and Latour, by the "prince of vines", the Marquis Nicolas-Alexandre de Ségur, and later by the Barons of Brane, who called it Brane-Mouton, Château Mouton Rothschild took its present name after its acquisition in 1853 by Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild, from the English branch of the famous dynasty.

For a long time, despite the increasingly recognised quality of its wine, Mouton did not attract much interest from its owners, who were reluctant to travel to a region that was then deprived. So it was a good day when in 1922, at the age of just twenty, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, great-grandson of Baron Nathaniel, took over the destiny of an estate to which he would devote his life.

Press briefings

95/100

Falstaff

18.5/20

Jancis Robinson

19/20

La Revue du Vin de France

19.5/20

Vinum Wine Magazine

Tasting

Eye : The colour is a lovely dark, deep colour with purple highlights.

Nose : Fine and elegant, revealing fruity aromas of wild blackberry and blueberry, followed by notes of toast, liquorice and light tobacco to complete this rich and complex aromatic palette.

Palate : The fresh, fleshy and saline attack is very intense. It opens with velvety and creamy tannins that are enveloped by a silky texture with a touch of minerality. The impression on the palate is very complete, rich with ripe fruit and peppery spice flavours. The exceptional length of the finish concludes a tasting of remarkable balance.

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