In original wooden case - Red wine - France
|Type:||Red wine (More lots)|
|Producer, Name of wine:||Château Mouton Rothschild|
|Classification:||1er Grand Cru Classé|
|Number of bottles:||1|
|Bottle size:||Bottle (0.75L)|
|Fill Level:||Bordeaux bottle type, base neck fill level|
|Original packaging:||In original wooden case|
|Label Condition:||Fully intact, readable label|
Belle bouteille dans sa caisse d’origine en bois du Château Mouton Rothschild millésime 2014 avec le papier de soie
PAUILLAC A.C. ROUGE
James Suckling 99/100
The Château Mouton-Rothschild 2014 contains more tannin than the 2010 according to winemaker Philippe Dhalluin, although he stressed that this does not imply that they were finer tannin. The blend is 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Franc and it will of course, be matured in 100% new oak. The alcohol level just tops 13%, the first time since 2010. It has a classic Mouton nose, the slightly higher percentage of Merlot lending a little flamboyance and flair with scents of blackberry, warm gravel and cigar box scents. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, armed with powerful core of quite rich black fruit interlaced with tobacco and allspice. There is very good structure here, a fine edginess towards the white pepper infused finish. There is almost a nuttiness to this wine, to wit, a fascinating maze-like Mouton in the making and perhaps a more cerebral Mouton compared to recent vintages. Tasted twice, almost two weeks apart, with consistent notes.
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