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Monday, 15 July 2013

The 1855 Classification press dinner at Mouton

The 1855 Classification press dinner at Mouton Rothschild and a look at their new cellar and art for the labels exhibition. 

2009 Château Suduiraut:

Golden. Pure apricots, vanilla, pineapples, tropical and intense nose. Fresh acidity, lively, elegant and almost creamy texture, long. 95+

2007 Château La Tour Blanche:
Golden. Pure, fruity, elegant and refined nose. Complex. Fresh acidity, gorgeous texture, refined and elegant, long finish. 95

Baroness Philippine de Rothschild

2005 Château Lynch Moussas:
Ruby. Some cassis, leather and figs on the nose, evolved for a 05. Fresh acidity, ripe tannins, fruity, easy going, lean and short, drink soon. Directly from the estate. 86

I love this one that was a contender for the 1982 Mouton Rothschild

1995 Château Lynch Moussas:
Ruby, garnet rim. Dusty and some figs on the nose. Fresh acidity,ripe tannins, lean and simple, drying finish. Directly from the estate. 84

One of my favorites from Francis Bacon

2005 Château Batailley:
Ruby. Fruity and scented nose, fairly easy going. Fresh acidity, ripe tannins, fruity and quite refreshing, again easy going, good length. Directly from the estate. 87

1989 Château Batailley:
Ruby, brick rim. Dusty and some prunes, quite tired nose. Fresh acidity, ripe tannins, some prunes again, easy going, fresher palate but clearly on it's way down. Directly from the estate. 85

Another favorite, Miro.

1975 Château Mouton Rothschild:
(Imperial) Bright ruby, garnet rim. Liquorice, leather, prunes and figs and a slightly scented nose. Fresh acidity, ripe and few tannins, savory, refreshing, quite nuanced and long finish. I've had fruitier and more complex bottles of tjis, but a great experience even so. Served at Mouton Rothschild, directly from the estate's cellar. 90

1989 Château Coutet:
Golden, orange tints. Apricots and burnt caramel on the nose. Fresh acidity, fruity and lively, refreshing and elegant, caramelized apricots finish, long. Directly from the estate. 92

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