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Château MOUTON ROTHSCHILD Pauillac 2020 (6 x 750mL)
Château MOUTON ROTHSCHILD Pauillac 2020 (6 x 750mL)
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Château MOUTON ROTHSCHILD Pauillac 2020 (6 x 750mL)

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99 points - Jane Anson
99 points - Vinous
99 points - Wine Enthusiast
97 points - Jeb Dunnuck
96 points - The Wine Independent
94 points - Decanter
18.5/20 points - Jancis Robinson


"The purity of blackcurrants, blueberries, creme de cassis, and flowers. Hints of subtle spearmint. Iron. Blood orange. Medium-bodied with a compacted palate, like a cylinder of perfectly ripe fruit and fine tannins. A million layers of tight-grained tannins. It goes on and on. Such freshness and weightlessness to it. Ethereal. New classicism. Modern take on the 1986. 12.79% alcohol. 84% cabernet sauvignon, 13% merlot, 2% cabernet franc and 1% petit verdot. Drink after 2030 but hard to not drink now."
100 points - James Suckling


"The 2020 Mouton Rothschild is a striking wine and one that I regretted not purchasing en primeur as soon as it landed in my glass. Offering up complex aromas of minty cassis, pencil shavings, loamy soil, cigar wrapper, espresso roast and violets, it's medium to full-bodied, broad and layered, with terrific concentrated, beautifully refined tannins and a long, penetrating finish. Checking in at 12.8% alcohol, its incipient complexity, ineffable sense of completeness and exquisite balance mark it out as the purists' choice among the trio of 2018, 2019 and 2020. In this vintage, the lots that made it into the blend were largely confined to the core gravel terroirs that represent Mouton's heart, meaning that there's a little less to go around. This was the first vintage overseen by Mouton's new technical director, Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy, and he has begun with a flying start."
100 points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate