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Points 97


Château Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac, 1er Cru Classé, Bordeaux 1982


This product is featured in: Anson: How Bordeaux 1982 wines taste today.

Château Mouton Rothschild 1982

Rich and deep in colour, this has a stunning intensity on the first nose. On the palate, there is the slight iodine edge of an older Cabernet Sauvignon, set against soft brambly fruits, smoky cedar and black truffles.

Soft structure but the architecture of this wine is still very much in play, building in power as it works through your palate, setting your taste buds tingling with the gentlest of tannins.

Again this is a classic, superlative example of how Pauillac can age.

As it uncurls in the glass, the rich smoke on the nose is just beautifully seductive, but the palate softens just a touch quicker than some of the others in this line-up.

Alc 12.5%

Taster Jane Anson

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