2006 Mouton Rothschild 3 Liter (€ 1.060 /l)
2006 Mouton Rothschild 3 Liter (€ 1.060 /l)

2006 Mouton Rothschild 3 Liter (€ 1.060 /l)

Normaler Preis €3.180,00
inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten
Grundpreis €1.060,00 /l

Ursprungsland: Frankreich; Region: Bordeaux; Nettofüllmenge: 3,0 l; Alkoholgehalt: 13 % vol; Erzeuger/Abfüller: Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac, Frankreich; Appellation: Pauillac; Allergene: Enthält Sulfite. 03 Flasche(n) verfügbar. In 03er OHK.

Der Artikel enthält 19% Umsatzsteuer.

Eigenschaften des Château Mouton Rothschild 2006

Auf den regenreichen Winter folgten ein warmer Frühling und ein trockenheißer Sommer: Dank der vorteilhaften Witterung konnten bei der Lese zwischen dem 20. September und 5. Oktober voll ausgereifte Trauben geerntet werden. Die hohe Qualität der Früchte spiegelt sich in der aromatischen Exzellenz vom Château Mouton Rothschild 2006 wider. Deshalb bereitet die Verkostung des Cuvées ebenso viel Freude wie das verspielte Etikett aus der Feder des Porträtzeichners Lucian Freud. Während die Palme den Weinstock repräsentiert, steht das Zebra für den Weinliebhaber.

Der Gourmet wird von der kirschroten Farbe und dem Bouquet mit Noten von herb-fruchtigen Heidelbeeren, hellem Tabak und röstfrischen Haselnüssen begeistert sein. Auf dem Gaumen präsentiert sich der edle Tropfen cremig bis kraftvoll, der den Jahrgängen mit großem Format zuzurechnen ist. Dementsprechend freut sich der Bordeaux der Extraklasse über positive Kritiken der Weinexperten, zum Beispiel über 96 Punkte von Robert Parker.

Laut den fachkundigen Prognosen ist mit der Entfaltung der optimalen Kraft nach einer Ruhezeit von mindestens 15 Jahren zu rechnen. Darüber hinaus ist der Château Mouton Rothschild ausgesprochen lange lagerfähig. Erhältlich ist der exquisite Rote aus Pauillac in verschiedenen Abfüllungen, zu denen auch eine großzügige 3-Liter-Flasche gehört.

2006 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 

Tasting Notes 

96 Parker Punkte, Neal Martin, The Wine Advoate, 31. Januar 2017: "Tasted at the Mouton-Rothschild vertical in London, the 2006 Mouton-Rothschild was really the wine that put winemaker Philippe Dhalluin on the map, in the sense that unlike the 2005 born in a great vintage, this 2006 had to transcend it. It remains one of the standouts of the growing season and actually replicates previous showings just the week earlier and in January. As expected, the nose has quite brilliant delineation with blackberry, graphite, here an almost cold slate-like scent. The palate is harmonious with the carefully judged acidity, fine-grain tannin and immense detail on the finish. Recent bottles suggest that it may close up for several years, in which case, either enjoy this in the next few months or cellar this for a few years and receive vinous dividends down the line. Tasted May 2016." Drink Date: 2023 - 2055. 


98+ Parker Punkte, Robert Parker jun. 25. Februar 2006: "A sensational effort, the 2006 Mouton Rothschild exhibits an opaque purple color as well as a classic Mouton perfume of creme de cassis, flowers, blueberries, and only a hint of oak. Dalhuin told me that in whisky barrel-tasting vintages such as 1989 and 1990, Mouton was aged in heavily-toasted barrels, and they have backed off to a much lighter toast for the barrels’ interior. I think this has worked fabulously well with the cassis quality fruit they get from their Cabernet Sauvignon. The full-bodied, powerful 2006 possesses extraordinary purity and clarity. A large-scaled, massive Mouton Rothschild that ranks as one of the top four or five wines of the vintage, it may turn out to be the longest-lived wine of the vintage by a landslide. The label will undoubtedly be controversial as a relative of Sigmund Freud, Lucian Freud, has painted a rather comical Zebra staring aimlessly at what appears to be a palm tree in the middle of a stark courtyard. I suppose a psychiatrist could figure out the relationship between that artwork and wine, but I couldn’t see one. This utterly profound Mouton will need to sleep for 15+ years before it will reveal any secondary nuances, but it is a packed and stacked first-growth Pauillac of enormous potential. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2060+.

Ever since owner Philippine de Rothschild put Philippe Dalhuin in charge at Mouton in 2004 there has been a dramatic reduction in the amount of wine produced under the Mouton Rothschild label. The selection process has been ratcheted up to the level of other first-growths, and that is reflected in what is clearly the greatest Mouton produced since 1982 and 1986. As I indicated in my barrel tasting notes, only 44% of the crop made it into the 2006 grand vin, which is the lowest percentage in more than fifty years. The final blend includes a high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon (87%) and the rest Merlot (13%). No Cabernet Franc was utilized in 2006, and purchasers will have a long wait until this wine reaches full maturity. Keep in mind that, where well-stored, the 1986 currently tastes like a 4-5 year old wine, and the 1982 is just beginning to enter early adolescence. If you extrapolate from that, the 2006 will need at least twenty years to reach a teen-age status, and probably will not hit its plateau of maturity for three decades." Drink Date: 2020 - 2060.


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