Mouton Cadet Anniversary Label 2016 Magnum (150cl), A.C. Bordeaux
In 1930 Baron Philippe de Rothschild launched the revolutionary Mouton Cadet, his aim was to enable a wider audience to savour the opulence of Bordeaux. Mouton Cadet has evolved to become the most successful branded claret Bordeaux has ever produced. This magnum comes with the classic 1930s label to celebrate the history of this renowned wine.
2016 was an outstanding vintage for Bordeaux and the wines show great precision and purity. Mouton Cadet 2016 offers ripe red fruits with gentle tannins and nicely judged acidity. Utilising fruit from across Bordeaux, Mouton Cadet has become a benchmark for quality in the affordable Bordeaux bracket. After a few minutes the glass this fruit-forward claret provides crisp redcurrant fruits, black cherry and a trace of pepper. Decant for a couple of hours and enjoy this Christmas, or cellar for up to five years.
Thirty minutes before serving
Beef, Pork, Hard Bodied Cheeses
Baron Philippe de Rothschild
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
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