Château MOUTON-ROTHSCHILD
1er grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 2001
  • Pauillac
Château MOUTON-ROTHSCHILD 1er grand cru classé 2011 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 508,33 €bottle 75cl

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Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

To keep or to drink :
Ready to drink
Apogée :
2015-2028
Potential alcohol :
12.5%

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  • 3006
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    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    Potential alcohol:
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    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on november 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche plein et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur. ».

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    Apogée:
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    Potential alcohol:
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    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

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    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
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    Potential alcohol:
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    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

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    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
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    Potential alcohol:
    13%
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    Potential alcohol:
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    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
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    Potential alcohol:
    13%
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    • Red
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    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
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    Potential alcohol:
    13%
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    • Red
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    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2017-2032
    Potential alcohol:
    12.5%
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    • Red
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    Mouton-Rothschild's upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was as legitimate as it was deserved in view of the quality of its terroir, a plateau of 90 hectares of deep gravel to the north of Pauillac, with Lafite-Rothschild as a neighbor. Despite this promotion, and even though it regularly tops the rankings in tastings, Mouton-Rothschild remains to this day the least expensive of the Médoc's premier crus classés. Its powerful, full-bodied style and its ability to age well have led Mr. Bettane to write "perhaps the most formally perfect wine in the Médoc...".

    The 2012 vintage « a major success of the vintage » has obtained 94/100 by Wine Advocate.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2018-2043
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
    More