Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016

Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2016

m Château gelten die Qualitätsmaßstäbe der großen Bordeauxgüter. Das mittlere Alter der Reben liegt bei 48 Jahren, der Ertrag pendelt um 40 hl/ha. Die Trauben werden von Hand gelesen, entrappt und im Keller auf Tischen nochmals mehrfach nachsortiert. Die Maischgärung findet in Eichenbottichen statt. Maischestandzeit liegt jahrgangsabhängig bei 15 bis 25 Tagen. Ausbau Neue Barriques für den aktuellen Jahrgang Der Wein wird zügig in Barriques, kleine Holzfässer von 225 Liter, transferiert, wo er 19 bis 22 Monate lang ausgebaut wird. In der Regel werden ausschließlich neue Holzfässer verwendet. Seit 1994 wird ein Zweitwein „Le Petit Mouton“ hergestellt. Château Mouton-Rothschild wird vom Önologen Jacques Boissenot sowie dessen Sohn Eric begleitet und beraten. Charakter und Jahrgänge Die Weine von Mouton sind für die starke Streuung ihrer Qualität bekannt: in guten Jahren, wenn z. B. der würzige Petit Verdot ausreift und in die Cuvée des Erstweines gelangt, kann Mouton besondere Weine herstellen. Dies war in den Jahren 2000 (Weinbewertung: 97+ Parker-Punkte (PP)), 1998 (96 PP), 1995 (95+PP), 1986 (100 PP), 1982 (100 PP) und 1961 (98 PP) der Fall. In weniger prachtvollen Jahren aber kann der Mouton auch unterdurchschnittlich ausfallen; z.B. im Jahr 1990 mit „nur“ 90 PP, während Nachbargüter höher bewertete Weine erzeugen. Dann sind die Weine von Mouton zwar weniger teuer, aber nicht um so viel, wie sie anteilig „schlechter“ sind: dann kann der Kenner abseits vom Mouton ohne Probleme Weine finden, die zum halben Preis gleich gut oder besser sind. Ein Sonderfall ist der Wein des Jahres 1945: in jenem Jahr gelang es dem damaligen Kellermeister Raoul Blondin, einen massiven, konzentrierten und komplexen Wein in die Fässer zu legen und später unter dem „V“-Label „a la memoire pour Victoire“ des Künstlers Philippe Jullian abzufüllen (zum Gedenken an den Sieg über NS-Deutschland), der auch 60 Jahre später seine Fans faszinieren kann. Dieser Luxuswein gehört, wenn er sachgerecht gelagert wurde, zu den Preziosen hedonistischer Weinkenner und teilt seinen Ausnahme- und Kultstatus mit wenigen anderen bordelaiser Weinen wie dem Château Cheval Blanc von 1947, dem Château Latour von 1961 oder dem Château Margaux von 1900. Dementsprechend hoch wird der 1945er (meist auf Auktionen) gehandelt: aktuelle Preise erreichen ein Niveau von 5000 bis 8000 Euro für die Normalflasche (0,75l). Naturgemäß werden solche Flaschen Wein immer seltener.

 


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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgang 2012 mit 95 von 100 Punkten, Wein enthält Sulfide

As for the 2012 Mouton Rothschild, one can’t help but love the artist’s label, in this case done by Miquel Barceló, of two rams fighting for superiority. Representing only 49% of the crop, this blend of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc has an inky bluish/purple color, which is far darker than its nearby neighbor, Lafite Rothschild, or even Pontet-Canet. Multi-layered, with rich, concentrated, crème de cassis fruit, a medium to full-bodied mouthfeel, and stunning purity, this is a major success in 2012. Definitely a bigger, richer wine than rival Lafite Rothschild, Mouton’s 2012 seems to have more density as well. The tannins, however, remain soft and well-integrated. This wine should drink well for 25-30 years and is somewhat of a sleeper for a 2012 first-growth Médoc. Drink: 2015-2045.

Score: 94 Robert Parker, RobertParker.com (218), April 2015

The 2012 Mouton-Rothschild has turned out well. Primarily all Cabernet Sauvignon, it exhibits a dense blue/purple color as well as lots of crème de cassis, incense and forest floor. Full-bodied and dense with sweet tannin, it is a surprisingly successful wine for this vintage. Give it another 5-8 years of cellaring and drink it over the following three decades.

Score: 95 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (216), December 2014

The intensely ripe Cabernet Sauvignon grown on the plateau at Mouton has produced an inky/purple-colored wine with the famous Mouton creme de cassis and floral characteristics vividly displayed. For the first time in a number of years they appear to have outdistanced their cross street rival, the biodynamically farmed Chateau Pontet Canet of Alfred Tesseron. Wonderfully sweet tannins envelop the enormous fruit and extravagant richness of this full-bodied Mouton Rothschild. With profound density as well as surprisingly sweet tannin, this terrific effort will probably shut down slightly and require 5-8 years of cellaring after bottling. It appears to have 30 or more years of aging potential, making it potentially one of the 3 or 4 longest-lived wines of the vintage.

Mouton Rothschild has produced one of the vintage-s most profound wines in 2012, and possibly the -wine of the Medoc.- About 49% of the production made it into the 2012 Mouton, which is a blend of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc. The harvest took place during the middle two weeks of October. This may be one of the few 2012s that comes close to equaling what was achieved in both 2009 and 2010, two far superior vintages.

Score: 95/97 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate, April 2013

Tasted blind at the 2012 Southwold tasting, the 2012 Mouton-Rothschild showed magnificently (as it subsequently did in a vertical just a few weeks later). It has an open, intense bouquet with pencil lead and cedar infusing the black fruit, tertiary in style at first but then transforming with aeration to a more marine-influenced bouquet—seaweed and iodine. The palate is medium-bodied with supple ripe blackberry and boysenberry fruit. The tannins are ripe and fine, the acidity very well judged with a velvety, detailed finish that lingers long in the mouth. Density and harmony combine to make a stunning Mouton-Rothschild that should be afforded 15 years in bottle. It might be destined to be one of those wines forever eclipsed by recent outstanding vintages. Tasted January 2016.

Score: 96 Neal Martin, RobertParker.com (227), October 2016

Tasted twice en primeur at Mouton-Rothschild. A blend of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Cabernet Franc and 8% Merlot harvested from 1st October and finished on 15th October, with the best Cabernet Sauvignon picked between 8th and 12th October. This is the first vintage in the new facility - now there are 56 instead of 28 vats to make the selection. We can vinify plots that have never been vinified in isolation before. It has a very "classic" Mouton bouquet with small black cherries, blackberry, graphite and hints of vanilla lending it sweetness. The palate is medium-bodied with very fine, quite supple tannins. It is a very "correct" Mouton, without the flamboyance of the 2009 or 2010, but showing a little more delineation on the finish compared to the 2011. The aftertaste is long in the mouth with fine minerality - here we find the class and sophistication. This is an impressive, "stately" Mouton. Tasted April 2013.

Score: 93/95 Neal Martin, RobertParker.com, May 2013

What a nose of blackberries, blackcurrants, minerals and graphite. Full-bodied, extremely fine and polished. Sexy and ethereal. Harmony. A little salty. Fabulous 2012. Pure silk. Better after 2020 but so wonderful now.

Score: 97 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, February 2015

Wonderful beauty to this wine with currants, blackberries and flowers. Full body, with ultra-fine tannins and a long, long finish. Creamy texture with a minerally, almost salty undertone to the wine. 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot, and 2% Cabernet Franc.

Score: 94/95 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, April 2013

The 2012 Mouton Rothschild comes across as quite dark and ripe in this vintage. One of the richest, most powerful 2012s readers will come across, the Mouton boasts striking aromatics and overall density. Mocha, chocolate, graphite, smoke, licorice and dark-fleshed fruits all meld together in the glass. I imagine the 2012 will need a good decade before it starts drinking well. Slightly roasted notes and copious new oak stick out today, but these wines have a way of coming together in bottle. Drink 2022-2042.

Score: 95 Antonio Galloni, vinous.com, January 2016

Very dark crimson. Restrained nose. Grown-up and very much a first growth. Rich, sweet and well balanced though without real pzazz. Correct and sensitive. Fine and refined. Measured, I'd say, is the keyword. Acidity lightly in evidence. A palate scrub. Correct rather than mind-blowing.

Score: 18- Jancis Robinson MW, JancisRobinson.com, April 2013
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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgan 2013 mit 92 von 100 Punkten,

Wein enthält Sulfide


The 2013 Mouton Rothschild is the best of the Medoc first-growths in this vintage. It was the smallest crop at Mouton since 1969, even smaller than their 1991. Only 45% of the crop made it into the final blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc. One of the few 2013s to reveal serious depth, it displays a dense saturated ruby/purple color along with spicy creme de cassis, licorice and forest floor characteristics. Elegant, medium-bodied and more concentrated than most of its peers, it even reveals some tannins, suggesting 2-5 years of bottle age may be needed. It should last for 15-20 years. Kudos to administrator Philippe Dhalluin.

Robert Parker Jr
Wine Advocate #214 Aug 2014

92

  • The 2013 Mouton Rothschild is the best of the Medoc first-growths in this vintage. It was the smallest crop at Mouton since 1969, even smaller than their 1991. Only 45% of the crop made it into the final blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc. One of the few 2013s to reveal serious depth, it displays a dense saturated ruby/purple color along with spicy creme de cassis, licorice and forest floor characteristics. Elegant, medium-bodied and more concentrated than most of its peers, it even reveals some tannins, suggesting 2-5 years of bottle age may be needed. It should last for 15-20 years. Kudos to administrator Philippe Dhalluin.

    Robert Parker Jr
    Wine Advocate #214 Aug 2014

    91-93

  • The Grand Vin is a blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc, the latter close to exceptional according to Philippe Dhalluin. It has less new oak (85%) because the new wooden vats impart their own raw woody character. It has a well-defined, classic bouquet that you might describe as "no frills". It does not have the usual Mouton flamboyance although that is not necessarily a bad thing. The palate is well balanced with clean and mineral-rich black fruit and a pleasant salty character towards the finish. Classic in style, this is a very fine Mouton with real panache. Tasted April 2014.

    Neal Martin

    92-94

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Robert Parker bewertet den Jahrgang 2014 mit 95 von 100 Punkten, Wein enthält Sulfide
 

Incredible iodine, oyster, currants, peat and cedar. Yet subtle. Full body, chewy yet polished tannins and great depth and complexity on the finish. I love the spice and blueberry character on the finish. Vibrant. A sexy style of Mouton. Try drinking this in 2022.

Score: 99 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, February 2017

The 2014 Mouton-Rothschild was closed at first when I tasted the wine in bottle with winemaker Philippe Dhalluin. But as it transpires, this First Growth is just toying with you. Initially quite understated, it responds to aeration like a young child peeking from around a corner and then running out, waving its hands. It suddenly hits you with gorgeous black cherries, bilberry, cedar and wilted rose petal. The palate is medium-bodied with a silky smooth entry. This is utterly seductive: a wine without a hair out of place. It is not as powerful or as complex as the 2015 Mouton-Rothschild, yet the precision and focus here is beguiling. It will require five to seven years to absorb the 100% new oak, then it will be an utterly delicious and to use a term employed at en primeur, "cerebral" First Growth that is destined to give two or three decades of pleasure. Drink 2022-2060

Score: 95 Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (Interim En), April 2017

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. Drink: 2020-2040.

Score: 94/96 Neal Martin, RobertParker.com (218), April 2015

This is incredibly minerally with a maritime character as well as red iodine, algae, currants and great intensity. Some saltiness. Almost like a pearl in an oyster shell. This is a true wine of the soil for Mouton. Full body, racy tannins and lingering. Excellent. Unique. 81% cabernet sauvignon, 16% merlot and 4% cabernet franc.

Score: 96/97 James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com, March 2015

An exciting, beautifully layered wine, the 2014 Mouton Rothschild is one of the clear highlights of the vintage. A stunning interplay of crème de cassis, graphite, menthol, sage, mocha, dark chocolate and leather takes of all the senses. The 2014 is dark, voluptuous racy. Above all else, it speaks to a total sense of balance. The blend is 81 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 16 % Merlot and 3 % Cabernet Franc.

Score: 97 Antonio Galloni, vinous.com, February 2017

Dark and enveloping to the core, the 2014 Mouton Rothschild opens with beguiling scents of violet, new leather, dark spice and plum. There is plenty of tannin lurking beneath, but the overall impression is of fleshiness and seamlessness, with the 100% new oak also beautifully balanced for such a young wine. Layers of flavor build to the effortless, concentrated finish in a sexy Mouton that is likely to reward consumers with many years of fine drinking. I very much like the sense of balance here.

Score: 93/96 Antonio Galloni, vinous.com, April 2015

Tasted blind. Rich and sweet and very forward and beguiling. Lots of interest and life. Pure and salty and with real density.
Drink 2023-2050

Score: 18.5 Jancis Robinson MW, JancisRobinson.com, February 2018

Deep crimson. Fragrant almost soapy nose. (Fine soap!) Good direct fruit and confidence but very much in a minor key. Almost recalls Latour in its lighter, fresher style. No sweetness. No perceptible alcohol. Easy and relaxed. Only medium weight. Certainly not opulent. Brisk finish. I may be underrating this and look forward to retasting it in Bordeaux in July.
Drink 2024-2038

Score: 17.5+ Jancis Robinson MW, JancisRobinson.com, April 2015

 

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Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2015, Bewertung 98 von 100 Parker Punkte, Wein enthält Sulfide

Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2015 Mouton Rothschild is a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot and 2% Cabernet Franc aged in 100% new oak with a mid-July 2017 bottling. Deep garnet-purple colored, this Mouton pulls off an incredibly impactful entrance, emerging from the glass with profound notes of blackberry preserves, plum pudding, crème de cassis and grilled meats, featuring perfectly accessorized accents of sandalwood, cinnamon stick and fenugreek with wafts of dried roses, unsmoked cigars and tilled soil. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is completely packed with rich, ripe black fruits sparked with blue and red fruit undertones and an incredible structure of very firm, very ripe tannins, with seamless freshness and an epically long, earth-laced finish. Possessing striking natural beauty framed by impeccable crafting, this 2015 is a total diva and well worth attention. Give it a good 7-8 years in bottle, at least, and drink it over the next 30+ years.

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