Baron Philippe de Rothschild Mouton Cadet Reserve Saint Emilion 2009

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Heppenheim, DE (4,600 mi)
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Color: Vibrant Ruby Red Nose: Strawberries, oak, pepper and a hint of vanilla. Palate: strong fruit at the front. Pepper with earthy notes in the... Read more

Color: Vibrant Ruby Red Nose: Strawberries, oak, pepper and a hint of vanilla. Palate: strong fruit at the front. Pepper with earthy notes in the... Read more

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Snooth User: C White
116103340
4.00 5
11/23/2012

Color: Vibrant Ruby Red Nose: Strawberries, oak, pepper and a hint of vanilla. Palate: strong fruit at the front. Pepper with earthy notes in the middle and a semi long finish. On the wet side of a dry wine. This may be one of the best wines for price. It compliments dinner well but could very easily be a regular drinker. For the price there is no reason to not have a few bottles in the cellar. 2009 was especially good for Saint-Emilion and this highlights the positive. While the wine is slightly thin, the flavored are really wonderful. Now even though a 1995 Chateau Simard will treat you much better, you have to shell out $30 more for that treatment. This Mouton Cadet should not be over looked on your next wine shopping outing.


Snooth User: C White
116103340
4.00 5
11/23/2012

Color: Vibrant Ruby Red Nose: Strawberries, oak, pepper and a hint of vanilla. Palate: strong fruit at the front. Pepper with earthy notes in the middle and a semi long finish. On the wet side of a dry wine. This may be one of the best wines for price. It compliments dinner well but could very easily be a regular drinker. For the price there is no reason to not have a few bottles in the cellar. 2009 was especially good for Saint-Emilion and this highlights the positive. While the wine is slightly thin, the flavored are really wonderful. Now even though a 1995 Chateau Simard will treat you much better, you have to shell out $30 more for that treatment. This Mouton Cadet should not be over looked on your next wine shopping outing.


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Sugar: 1.60 g/l grams per liter

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