Château d'ARMAILHAC
5ème grand cru classé

  • Red
  • 2009
  • Pauillac
Château d'ARMAILHAC 5ème grand cru classé 2009 bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 55,00 €bottle 75cl

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 :
Ready to drink
Apogée :
2015-2028

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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.

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    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
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  • 3006
    2016 Pauillac
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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.

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    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
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  • 2418
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    44,17 € 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.

    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:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2035
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  • 461
    2010 Pauillac
    • Red
    55,00 € 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.

    The 2010 was rated 93/100 by Wine Advocate as "a sensational effort".

    Re-tasted 10 years later by the Revue du Vin de France, it is rated 16.5/20 "a wine that has lost none of its roundness, charm and velvety texture. Here it is ready to drink, with a nice fat and creamy finish.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2018-2032
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  • 459
    2005 Pauillac
    • Red
    62,08 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2014-2026
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  • 2827
    2015 Pauillac
    • Red
    78,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Rothschild (Mouton) property, with Armailhac. In addition to the terroir (see above), the main difference between the two vintages is an increased proportion of Merlot in Clerc-Milon (35% compared to 20%), giving it an additional smoothness and richness. Since 2007, a new vat room, a new cellar, a new cellar master (Frédéric Faure) and a specific team of 21 people so that Clerc-Milon is now at the Pontet-Canet level. To be continued...

    Revue du Vin de France : 16,5-17/20 « Dans l'esprit du cru, combinant une très belle finesse, un joli moelleux de bouche et une sève séduisante. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 16,5-17/20 « Expressif, fruits noirs, tanins savoureux, très bons, gras, très ciselés, milieu de bouche dense. »
    Burtschy : 94-95/100 « . Le vin est lisse, tout en suavité, soyeux avec de très beaux arômes de café grillé, les tannins sont fins, l’ensemble de belle longueur et déjà très accessible. »

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    Apogée:
    2025-2035
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  • 3645
    2017 Pauillac
    • Red
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    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. Little Sheep has grown up!

    To keep or to drink:
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    Apogée:
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  • 2580
    2015 Pauillac
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    Mouton-Rothschild is the cheapest but also the one that offers the strongest character and the best resistance to ageing of the Médoc's first growths. Its upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was legitimate and well deserved.

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    To keep or to drink:
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    Apogée:
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  • 3018
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    415,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
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  • 1200
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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:
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    Apogée:
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  • 2648
    2006 Pauillac
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    Mouton-Rothschild is the cheapest but also the one that offers the strongest character and the best resistance to ageing of the Médoc's first growths. Its upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was legitimate and well deserved.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2018-2032
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  • 3019
    2001 Pauillac
    • Red
    541,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Mouton-Rothschild is the cheapest but also the one that offers the strongest character and the best resistance to ageing of the Médoc's first growths. Its upgrade in 1973 from second to first grand cru classé was legitimate and well deserved.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2015-2028
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