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Its classical style expresses the character, nobility and concentration of the grapes which have had a long history i...Read more...
Bright, pale yellow in the glass with a fruity nose of papaya, apple and citric notes, plus butter and wood. Fruit-forward and delicate, with herb ... Read more
A nice, fruity wine with pear and honey flavors and an appealing mineral note. A good, clean-tasting Chardonnay. Read more
4% Cabernet Sauvignon 6% Merlot. Burnished dark pruney crimson. Very opulent and heady on the nose. Lovely perfume. Lots of fully ripe black fruits... Read more
RiceSelect's fragrant Jasmati® is blended with eggs, milk and fall's favorite spices, cinnamon and nutmeg, to create a delicious rice pudding, which is layered on top of fluffy cream cheese and abuttery pecan crust. Pairs well with a bold, tawny port with flavors of dried fruits, nuts, and spices.
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Bright, pale yellow in the glass with a fruity nose of papaya, apple and citric notes, plus butter and wood. Fruit-forward and delicate, with herb notes, tropical fruits and a hint of vanilla. Fresh, balanced and refreshing with a bit of sweetness. Great as an everyday dinner wine.
A nice, fruity wine with pear and honey flavors and an appealing mineral note. A good, clean-tasting Chardonnay.
4% Cabernet Sauvignon 6% Merlot. Burnished dark pruney crimson. Very opulent and heady on the nose. Lovely perfume. Lots of fully ripe black fruits. Amazingly polished - so much so that you are almost distracted from the huge tannic charge. Not quite as dense as some of the greatest 2010s but very well balanced. Hugely Cabernet. As in 2009 great care has been taken not to produce too heavy a wine. There is almost Lafite-like structure here. Very very polished middle palate. Bone dry pretty tannic finish. 18.5 out of 20. Jancis Robinson.
Mouton Rothschild represents the largest percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon used in blend in the history of the chateau at 94%. The remainder is Merlot. The wine reached 14% alcohol which is slightly higher than the estate achieved in 2009. From 49% of the harvest which already experienced low yields due to the weather the wine achieved natural concentration. Inky dark ruby with purple edges abundant scents of cedar truffle tobacco boysenberry cassis and hints of blueberry prepare your pa
94% cabernet sauvignon and 6% merlot. The 2010 Mouton harvest began September 28th and was completed on October 13th. The wine has an opulent nose of dark chocolate coffee cassis and oak. In the mouth this is plush with precision on the finish long with well-integrated tannins. A wine of considerable richness and complexity this is a full bodied vintage for Mouton. This gorgeous wine should last for 40+ years. 96-98 points -John Sweeney John Sweeney.
Gears up with basic aromas of apple and tropical fruit. The palate is round and a little syrupy in feel, with candied, sweet flavors of melon and banana. Has the weight and sweetness to offer mass appeal.
Its classical style expresses the character, nobility and concentration of the grapes which have had a long history in Chile. Prize-winners year by year, it has been ranked three times in the prestigious ranking of the Top 100 Wines of the Year, by Wine Spectator.
Its classical style expresses the character, nobility and concentration of the grapes which have had a long history in Chile.
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