Château MOUTON-ROTHSCHILD
1er grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 2009
  • Pauillac
Château MOUTON-ROTHSCHILD 1er grand cru classé 2009 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 751,67 €bottle 75cl

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 :
2022-2042
Potential alcohol :
13%

From the same producer

  • 5752
    2020 Pauillac
    • Red
    42,92 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
    More
  • 4370
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    43,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 94/100 by the Revue du Vin de France « Très ample et solaire, ce millésime 2018 impressionne par sa densité, ses notes de cerises noires et le côté voluptueux de sa finale. » (Nov. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    Potential alcohol:
    14.5%
    More
  • 462
    2017 Pauillac
    • Red
    37,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 91/100 by Neal Martin « Probably an earlier drinking d’Armailhac, but one with plenty of character. » (Feb. 2020)

    Rated 93/100 by Jean-Marc Quarin « Bouche particulièrement distinguée dans ses appuis et son toucher. Le vin se développe très aromatique, avec du corps et une finale fondante. L’ensemble est très précis et surtout incrachable. En profiter jeune. » (Oct. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2035
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 3006
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    57,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 2418
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    57,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    Rated 17/20 by La Revue du Vin de France on November 2017 (Hors-série n°33) « Il explose de fruits au nez [...] bouche pleine et enrobée qui a conservé toute sa fraîcheur ».

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2035
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4843
    2012 Pauillac
    • Red
    51,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    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. ».

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2020-2032
    More
  • 4842
    2011 Pauillac
    • Red
    51,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    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. ».

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2036
    More
  • 4844
    2010 Pauillac
    • Red
    70,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The arrival of Mr. Dhalluin in 2004 not only benefited Mouton-Rothschild, but also the two other classified growths of Barony: d'Armailhac and Clerc-Milon. Their vines occupy the southern (d'Armailhac) and northern (Clerc-Milon) part of the Mouton gravel plateau. D'Armailhac is barely less rich than Clerc-Milon, but it gives the same aromatic nobility of blackcurrant, tobacco and cedar blends.

    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. ».

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2036
    More
  • 5086
    2019 Pauillac
    • Red
    84,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Previously vinified in the Mouton-Rothschild winery, since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    The 2019 vintage is rated 93/100 by Neal Martin « There is more elegance here than I noticed last year. This should evolve into a top-grade Clerc-Milon. » (Feb. 2022)

    Rated 95/100 by M. Quarin «Ensemble superbe et plus précis que jamais» (March 2022)

    Rated 95/100 by la Revue du Vin de France « Un millésime de référence pour le cru.» (September 2022)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2038
    More
  • 4252
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    84,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Previously vinified in the Mouton-Rothschild winery, since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    Noté 95/100 par la Revue du Vin de France « En 2018, le cru gère parfaitement la richesse du millésime. Le vin explose de fruit tout en étant affuté. Il garde un côté très énergique et tonique. » (Nov. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    More
  • 4371
    2018 Pauillac
    • Red
    168,33 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Previously vinified in the Mouton-Rothschild winery, since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    Rated 95/100 by the Revue du Vin de France « En 2018, le cru gère parfaitement la richesse du millésime. Le vin explose de fruit tout en étant affuté. Il garde un côté très énergique et tonique. » (Nov. 2020)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
    More
  • 5295
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    90,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Previously vinified in the Mouton-Rothschild winery, since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2040
    More
  • 4845
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    90,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Property Rothschild (Mouton), with d'Armailhac. Apart from the terroir, the main difference between the two crus is the increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% as opposed to 20%), giving it additional smoothness and richness. Previously vinified in the Mouton-Rothschild winery, since 2007 Clerc-Milon has benefited from its own vat room, a new winery and a dedicated team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon can compete qualitatively with Lynch-Bages and Pontet-Canet.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2038
    More
  • 5755
    2020 Pauillac
    • Red
    460,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    More

    Mouton-Rothschild's second wine, which appeared in 1993, has since made its place among its peers (Carruades de Lafite, Forts de Latour, Pavillon Rouge) by offering each vintage a great Pauillac, full, fleshy, muscular, barely less deep and full-bodied than its famous big brother but with the same cassis finish. Petit Mouton has grown up!

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2044
    More
  • 5302
    2016 Pauillac
    • Red
    751,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2050
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 5301
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    601,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2045
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 5300
    2011 Pauillac
    • Red
    501,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2042
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4378
    2010 Pauillac
    • Red
    776,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2050
    Potential alcohol:
    13.5%
    More
  • 4381
    2007 Pauillac
    • Red
    526,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    2019-2032
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
    More
  • 2648
    2006 Pauillac
    • Red
    564,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    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:
    2020-2036
    Potential alcohol:
    13%
    More