Waddesdon Pauillac 2015 by Chateau Mouton Rothschild
Our Waddesdon Pauillac returns from a two year absence with the wonderful 2015 vintage. First released in 2004, our Waddesdon Pauillac, produced by the world famous Chateau Mouton Rothschild, has proven to be one of our most popular wines. This rich Cabernet Sauvignon based Pauillac stays true to the house style and offers immediate charm and the ability to cellar if required.
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After an hour in a decanter our Waddesdon Pauillac awakens from its slumber to reveal a nose of cassis, charred vanilla, cedar, black cherry and cedar. There’s evidence of the ripeness this vintage possesses with a plump fruit-forward entry to the palate which is tapered by fine tannins and well balanced acidity. It’s clearly Pauillac and true to the ‘house’ style – yet it’s accessible and attractive now and doesn’t require a decade patiently waiting in the cellar. Decant for an hour and enjoy this Pauillac with a roast beef.
An hour before serving
2019 – 2028
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