Baron Philippe De Rothschild

Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Mouton Cadet Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc 2013

Perfect Summer white! Light but not insipid, fresh with hints of newly cut grass, gentle acids and pleasant fruit. 13.5% ABV but drinks like 10%—I could quaff this all weekend, with all manner of food. Enjoyed the 2019 vintage with homemade chicken liver pâté on toasted brioche and a bratwurst sandwich with sautéed peppers and onions. — a month ago

Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Réserve Mouton Cadet Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

2015 vintage, drank 17 July 2021.
Dark red, slightly brownish on the rim. Soft oak and spices on the nose. Velvety vanilla and berries on the mouth.
— 3 months ago

Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Baronesa P. Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2013

First Bdx blend in a while - went over well. Red fruits on nose. Boysenberry, stewed plum. Young tannins. Had with A5 wagyu and assortment of banchan for Fathers Day. — 4 months ago

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Mouton Rothschild For Philippine Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend

This is a beautiful wine that, at 27 yrs old, is at its peak. In the glass it has a deep youthful color with no sign of telltale oxidation at the edges. After 30 minutes decanted, the wine exhibited deep cherry, tobacco and cassis on the palate with cedar notes. The wine never faded throughout a course of grilled porterhouse steak, roasted carrots & Brussel Sprouts. Drink it now and enjoy! — 2 months ago

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Reserva Escudo Rojo Syrah 2015

Wood pellets, peat, smoky, sweet cured meat in a glass yum — 4 months ago

Viña Almaviva S.A.

Baron Philippe Rothschild Red Bordeaux Blend 2017

Oak, mint. Smooth from begging. A bit sweet. Black currant major. Later on, a bit spicy. Start drinking after 1.5 hours decanting, and 6 hours. Maybe, it is better to wait for a few years. It is difficult to decant it perfectly within a few hours. But gentle even from 1.5 hours (even just opening, ok to drink, but of course a bit solid) that is different from Bordeaux. 2017 @5000, R, 210625 — 4 months ago

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