Château-Mouton-Rothschild Pauillac 1936
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Château-Margaux Margaux 2000It seemed that 2000 was setting a new benchmark in quality, never before attained, at least in terms of style. Throughout the barrel ageing time, these first impressions were gradually confirmed. The wine has now acquired a slightly tighter texture but has kept such a soft and especially long finish that it seems to go on forever.
Château-Latour Pauillac 1982 1.5LA truly great vintage: the wines are highly colored, with an exceptionally complex nose (still a little closed), and a mouth that has everything : fruit, flesh, concentration, elegance, balance and harmony, and a long finish. It's a very big wine but its softness and richness makes it already accessible.
Château-Latour Pauillac 1982A truly great vintage: the wines are highly colored, with an exceptionally complex nose (still a little closed), and a mouth that has everything : fruit, flesh, concentration, elegance, balance and harmony, and a long finish. It's a very big wine but its softness and richness makes it already accessible.
Château-Latour Pauillac 1988 6L BottleThe Grand Vin displays concentrated aromas of coffee, liquorice and truffle, even if its color is still dark rubis. The mouth is very structured, elegant and very concentrated, with a long back-bone of tannins and a persistent finish.
Château-Mouton-Rothschild Pauillac 2003The wine has a beautifully intense, garnet hue and a highly refined nose, rather typical of Cabernet, on aromas of blackcurrant and cedarwood along with caramel and stewed fruit. The attack is lush, the palate rich, on stylish, well-rounded tannins; fruit flavours rub shoulders with spice, Havana cigar and eucalyptus. The finish is very expressive, long and powerful, harmonious and silky. Mouton Rothschild 2003 is one of the great successes of recent years.
Château-Margaux Margaux 1988 6L BottleThe very deep colour, the rich, intense nose and the magnificent structure on the palate are very reminiscent of the 1986. They have the same powerful, ripe tannins, with perhaps a little less concentration, but also less austerity. Unlike 1986, in fact, 1988 is starting to open out; we can therefore drink it, knowing full well that it will continue to improve for several years -seven or eight at least.