11 November 2016
Château Mouton-Rothschild 1989
Pauillac, 1er cru classé
Nine in original tissues. Levels base of neck or better
Tasting note: Six detailed notes since 2000. Most recently: very bright and appealing, opaque core but maturing; immediately fragrant, well developed harmonious bouquet, rich, whiff of mocha; medium-sweet, good fruit, perfect weight (12.5%),firm, silky tannins. A lovely wine. Last noted in Dec 2005 **(***) 2010 – 2030. MB.
12 bottles per lot
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