Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Mouton Cadet Red Bordeaux Blend

8.61156 ratings
8.723 pro ratings
Bordeaux, France
Red Bordeaux Blend
Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, White Rice, Mushrooms, Pasta, Pork, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Lamb, Tomato-Based, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Beef, Hard Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Amanda Burrill

Lovely.

Lovely.

Apr 3rd, 2018
Byron C Mayes

An experiment of sorts. The ‘05 vintage was classic. Does that hold at the industrial level? Slightly hazy garnet red. Nose of plum and graphite echoed on the medium-light bodied palate. Medium acidity and light but discernible tannins that become a wee bit more assertive with air and after food. Medium short, graphitey finish. Held on to its fruit, didn’t fall apart with time, and added a bit of class to my fast-food burger. Can’t be mad at this.

An experiment of sorts. The ‘05 vintage was classic. Does that hold at the industrial level? Slightly hazy garnet red. Nose of plum and graphite echoed on the medium-light bodied palate. Medium acidity and light but discernible tannins that become a wee bit more assertive with air and after food. Medium short, graphitey finish. Held on to its fruit, didn’t fall apart with time, and added a bit of class to my fast-food burger. Can’t be mad at this.

Dec 19th, 2017
Lundmark Kvarnstrom

After 25 years in captivity, it's finally time to let the genie i this bottle out. And what an entrance he makes. Certainly aged with dignity. Tonight, he makes all of our wishes come true!

After 25 years in captivity, it's finally time to let the genie i this bottle out. And what an entrance he makes. Certainly aged with dignity. Tonight, he makes all of our wishes come true!

4 people found it helpfulNov 28th, 2014
Chris A

Ryder cup edition Bordeaux from MC - quite good! Mature, smooth and well developed. Excellent pair with red meat or cheese or as a premium table red.

Ryder cup edition Bordeaux from MC - quite good! Mature, smooth and well developed. Excellent pair with red meat or cheese or as a premium table red.

4 people found it helpfulAug 10th, 2014
Caroline Andrade

My latest addition.

My latest addition.

3 people found it helpfulAug 1st, 2014
Kim Kolb

There is a pasture smell on this one. Not that it is bad but noticeable. Dry, tannic. Some playful plum.

There is a pasture smell on this one. Not that it is bad but noticeable. Dry, tannic. Some playful plum.

2 people found it helpfulMar 27th, 2014
Zachary Todd

Light, watery, and a bit tart

Light, watery, and a bit tart

1 person found it helpfulJan 31st, 2018
Zack g
7.0

Fairly bland and overly minerally. Becomes too dry after one glass. Not very complex with any fruit flavors being overpowered by mineral and acid notes with dry mouth feel.

Fairly bland and overly minerally. Becomes too dry after one glass. Not very complex with any fruit flavors being overpowered by mineral and acid notes with dry mouth feel.

1 person found it helpfulMar 15th, 2017
Beth Willbur

Required quite a bit of airing to get the full flavor. But one aired for 45 minutes or more developed some nice light notes. Not my favorite, but a good wine for the value. (Bought from duty free store on way back from London)

Required quite a bit of airing to get the full flavor. But one aired for 45 minutes or more developed some nice light notes. Not my favorite, but a good wine for the value. (Bought from duty free store on way back from London)

1 person found it helpfulFeb 12th, 2017
Susan Higson

Needs time and food. Too much tannin

Needs time and food. Too much tannin

1 person found it helpfulMar 18th, 2016