Aile d'Argent Mouton Rothschild St. Julien, Bordeaux 2015, 75 cl.

Producer: Aile d'Argent Blanc Mouton Rothschild

Vintage: 2015

Country: France

Grape varieties:
  • Muscadelle
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Semillon

Categorie: white wine

Bottle size: 75 cl.

Ripeness: 2023 - 2035

Taste: trocken

Winestyle: ausdruckstark & fein

Food recommendation: Kalbsbraten mit Morcheln, Wildgeflügel, gebratene Entenbrust, Moules à la Crème, Geräucherte Forelle, Seezunge mit Fenchel

The color is medium yellow with green nuances in it, brilliant. Full bouquet of vanilla, peach and a mint. On the palate again pretty fat and Burgundian

Vinification / aging

The must is gently pre-clarified by cold sedimentation (at 8 to 10 ° C) and the

temperature controlled fermentation (at 18 ° C) starts in a stainless steel tank. As soon as the fermentation is about halfway through, the young wines are put into new and one-year oak barrels (50% each), where they complete the fermentation and mature until the final blending of the three varietal wines in the autumn following harvest.

History

It is the most famous name in the whole of Bordeaux - Mouton-Rothschild. It was originally not a Premier Cru. The indefatigable Baron Philippe de Rothschild, after years of hard work, managed to become a Premier Cru in 1973. This was the only time a château was raised to the status of Premier Cru after 1855. The Château includes 84 hectares of vineyard. Here grow Cabernet Sauvignon (84%), Merlot (13%) and Cabernet Franc (3%), which benefit from the unique terroir, the quality of the soil and sunlight, so that these magnificent wines can be produced.There is a connection between ancient traditions and the most modern techniques such as manual grape harvesting and aging in new oak barrels. Another unmistakable feature of the Mouton-Rothschild wines is the features. Every year since 1945, another artist has been allowed to design the label for the wine, which makes the bottles a popular collector's item and increases in value from year to year.

Terroir

Predominantly fine gravel, river pebbles mixed with clay and sand over a tertiary limestone subsoil

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