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The wines of Baron Philippe de Rothschild
16 June 2016

Philippe Dhalluin’s 2015s are sweeter than a last-minute injury time winner. When we tasted the Baron Philippe de Rothschild range we were stunned by the velvety textured fruit. From d’Armailhac to Mouton Rothschild, all their Pauillac estates possess this wonderful generosity of fruit and exotically spiced aromas. Mouton itself is a tour de force. We were delighted by its classical style and aromas of violet and graphite. Unusually, it is not perhaps as brooding and masculine as past examples; there is such an abundance of primary fruit it almost appears accessible. However, there is no mistaking, this is a serious wine. With aeration, more and more nuances emerge and one begins to see how multidimensional and complex this really is. It sits amongst the finest wines of this vintage, and must rank alongside recent greats such as 2000, 2009 and 2010.

We also have tiny allocations of Mouton’s wonderful second wine, Le Petit Mouton and their ravishing dry white, Aile d’Argent. If you missed them earlier in the campaign, we also have stock of Clerc Milon, d’Armailhac and Coutet, all wines under the Baron Philippe umbrella.

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