Barons de Rothschild Haut-Médoc 2003

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The Rothschild family is renowned for its impeccable production of elegant red Bordeaux wines. This Kosher bottle is full of dark, juicy cassis fru... Read more

This solid Bordeaux achieves a nice balance between ripe fruit and a more austere earthiness. Theres a solid core of blackberry flavor and firm, br... Read more

Offers attractive spicy notes with rich fruit flavors and a round and velvety tannic structure. Read more

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External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/09/2008

The Rothschild family is renowned for its impeccable production of elegant red Bordeaux wines. This Kosher bottle is full of dark, juicy cassis fruit on the palate, with a note of fresh tobacco on the finish and solid, approachable tannins.


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
08/25/2008

This solid Bordeaux achieves a nice balance between ripe fruit and a more austere earthiness. Theres a solid core of blackberry flavor and firm, broad tannins that suggest it will develop more depth with near-term cellaring. Best served with full-flavored fish, salads, cheeses, meat, veal \& chicken.


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Source: Bowery And Vine
03/29/2011

Offers attractive spicy notes with rich fruit flavors and a round and velvety tannic structure.


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
04/01/2008

Baron Edmond Rothschild Haut-Medoc Kosher This solid Bordeaux achieves a nice balance between ripe fruit and a more austere earthiness. Theres a solid core of blackberry flavor and firm, broad tannins that suggest it will develop more depth with near-term cellaring. Best served with full-flavored fish, salads, cheeses, meat, veal \& chicken.


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