It all began in 1853 with Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild who bought at auction the so-called Château Brane-Mouton which became Château Mouton Rothschild. This was followed by his...Read more

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It all started in 1853 with Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild who bought at auction the so-called Château Brane-Mouton which became Château Mouton Rothschild . This was followed by his great-grandson, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who took over the estate and imposed full bottling at the château. Today it is the children of Baroness Philippine de Rothschild, Camille, Philippe and Julien who have taken over the reins of the Château. Over time, the wines of the Château have improved and become true references of the

1945 is the first vintage to benefit from it. The first illustration refers to the Allied victory. The artist Philippe Jullian represented a V of Victory. Each year, a contemporary artist leaves his pen in order to reproduce an original work of art. On some vintages, you will find the work of Picasso, Miró, Dali, Jeff Koons, Chagall, Andy Warhol and even Prince Charles of England. That's all there is to it! You will tell us, are they free to do what they want? The answer is yes! But if we look closely, the themes are relatively similar... the vine, the ram emblem of the Domaine, the pleasure of tasting... You will have understood, art is a value well anchored at Mouton Rothschild. The final word, it was in 1973 that Château Mouton Rothschild was recognized as a

Geographical location of the domain

Mouton Rothschild is located on one of the most prestigious appellations of Bordeaux in

The wines of the domain

Mouton Rothschild is a wine that does not go unnoticed during a tasting. Its main grape variety is the

Our youngest vintage is the 2017 Mouton Rothschild. On the nose, you will find notes of plums, cherries and candied violets. This wine will require some patience if you want to find notes of toast and cinnamon. On the palate, an explosion of black fruits and spices will combine to leave you with a long finish. Only one year separates the 2009 and 2010 vintages, yet the tasting is great. The 2009 expresses aromas of undergrowth, earth and mushrooms. Its finish will express itself more on a texture of black fruit jam. The 2010 vintage reveals notes of ripe fruit and leather. The palate provides solid tannins that give this vintage its unique and full-bodied style. Let's not forget the 1985 and 1993 vintages, two rich and well developed aromatic bouquets! At its peak!