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When did the first Mouton Cadet wine come out?

When did the first Mouton Cadet wine come out?

Mouton Cadet is the first branded wine, created by the Rothschild family in 1930. In that year Baron Philippe de Rothschild decided to declassify his wine and sell it under the name Mouton Cadet. It was an immediate success. At that time it was still a Pauillac.

Who is the owner of Mouton Cadet Bordeaux?

Baron Philippe de Rothschild Mouton Cadet is the biggest-selling Bordeaux brand in the world. It was set up in 1930 by Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who had taken over control of Mouton Rothschild eight years previously. The name “Cadet” refers to the youngest son of a family, in this case invoki…

What kind of wine is Chateau Mouton Rothschild?

Premier Grand Cru Classe in 1973. From a magnum, strong and vibrant Bordeaux red/purple colour. Magnificent in the glas, red current and sandalwood, cedar wood, depth, typical MRoth. Taste was deep and round, 21 years in magnum had just done the trick, balance between fruity and nutty flavours. What a privilege, can last 15+ years

What was the weather like in Bordeaux in 1997?

For Bordeaux, the 1997 vintage was fraught with difficulties. The winter was mild and the spring was warm but unsettled which prompted an exceptionally early but uneven flowering. June was wet and cool and July was also damp but warm, raising serious concerns that rot co… Upgrade to PRO to view data from the last five years.

Baron Philippe de Rothschild Mouton Cadet is the biggest-selling Bordeaux brand in the world. It was set up in 1930 by Baron Philippe de Rothschild, who had taken over control of Mouton Rothschild eight years previously. The name “Cadet” refers to the youngest son of a family, in this case invoki…

Mouton Cadet is the first branded wine, created by the Rothschild family in 1930. In that year Baron Philippe de Rothschild decided to declassify his wine and sell it under the name Mouton Cadet. It was an immediate success. At that time it was still a Pauillac.

Premier Grand Cru Classe in 1973. From a magnum, strong and vibrant Bordeaux red/purple colour. Magnificent in the glas, red current and sandalwood, cedar wood, depth, typical MRoth. Taste was deep and round, 21 years in magnum had just done the trick, balance between fruity and nutty flavours. What a privilege, can last 15+ years

For Bordeaux, the 1997 vintage was fraught with difficulties. The winter was mild and the spring was warm but unsettled which prompted an exceptionally early but uneven flowering. June was wet and cool and July was also damp but warm, raising serious concerns that rot co… Upgrade to PRO to view data from the last five years.