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Mouton Rothschild - 5 Mal 100 Punkte!
Weinvorhersage vom 25. Oktober 2021

Mouton Rothschild - 5 Mal 100 Punkte!

Wenn in PARKERs WINEADVOCATE 100 PUNKTE stehen, ist das bereits ein solides Statement. Wenn darüber hinaus aber ANTONIO GALLONI 100 Punkte vergibt, JAMES SUCKLING 100 Punkte vermeldet und JEB DUNNUCK wie auch THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER den 100 Punkte-Joker ziehen, kann es sich nur um einen magischen Wein, einen Jahrhundertwein handeln! So der Fall mit 2016 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD.   Kurz ein historischer Rückblick, dessen Wurzeln in Deutschland liegen. Meyer Amschel Rothschild, im Jahr 1744 in Frankfurt geboren, war äußerst erfolgreich im Handel tätig. Alten Urkunden zur Folge stammt der Name Rothschild übrigens bereits aus der Zeit vor 1600, als Hausnamen noch Verwendung fanden, und die Familie für mehrere Generationen im Haus „Zum Rothen Schild“ wohnte. Die Folgegenerationen von Meyer Amschel Rothschild waren nicht minder erfolgreich, bereits 1757 aber ging einer der Rothschilds bei Oppenheimer in Hannover zur Lehre, was 1804 zur Gründung einer eigenen Bank in London führte. 1853 schließlich, zwei Jahre vor dem offiziellen 1855 Classement, erwarb Nathaniel de Rothschild Brane Mouton, später Mouton Rothschild - der Start der Familie im Weinbusiness. 1973 schließlich erlangte CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD den offiziellen Status eines Ersten Gewächses, das einzige Chateau übrigens, dem dieser Coup nach 1855 gelang. Zuvor allerdings wurden bereits viele grandiose Jahrgänge auf diesem Gut produziert, Weine wie 1929, 1945, 1947, ausnahmslos Ikonen, die Geschichte schrieben.   Und wir können Ihnen nun 2016 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD aus unseren eigenen Kellern anbieten, perfekte Lagerung, direkt aus Bordeaux ohne Umwege, in der damaligen Subskription importiert. Und die Bewertungen sprechen eine deutliche Sprache, 2016 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD ist ein absoluter Jahrhundertwein, der preislich noch erheblich Abstand zu Jahrgängen wie 2000 oder 1982 hat. Original-Holzkisten dieses Weins werden einmal ein Vermögen kosten, zu guter Recht, denn was Philippe Dhalluin hier produziert hat, ist an Perfektion, Aromatik, Dekadenz und Komplexität nicht zu überbieten - ein 100 Punkte Wein!  

Lesen Sie sich bitte einmal diese Bewertungen durch, die weiteren 98 Punkte und 99 Punkte Bewertungen finden Sie auf unserer Page.   100 THE WINEADVOCATE:

"Composed of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot, the 2016 Mouton Rothschild has an opaque garnet-purple color. WOW—the nose explodes from the glass with powerful blackcurrant cordial, black raspberries, blueberry pie and melted chocolate notions, plus suggestions of aniseed, camphor, lifted kirsch and the faintest waft of a subtle floral perfume in the background. Full-bodied, concentrated, bold and totally seductive in the mouth, it has very fine-grained, silt-like tannins, while jam-packed with tightly wound fruit layers, finishing in this wonderful array of mineral sparks. Magic." 100 THE WINECELLARINSIDER:
"The nose can only be described as black currant liqueur. From there you find 5 spice, blackberry and wild cherry. The barrel aging has really concentrated this wine. Unctuous, intense, concentrated and flat out, delicious. It is not often Pauillac is described as decadent. But that is exactly what takes place here. The wine covers every taste receptor on your palate. If you have the chance to taste this elixir, don't pass on it. If you have the disposable income to lay this incredible wine down, do it,. As this is going to be impossibly expensive as it matures." 100 JAMES SUCKLING:
"Dark ruby, purple color. Aromas of blackcurrants, black truffle, crushed stone, licorice and hints of tar. Full-bodied, deep and vertical on the palate, drawing you in and down. The structure is very tannic and powerful, yet the tannins are folded into the wine. One of the most powerful Moutons ever for me. Try after 2027." 100 ANTONIO GALLONI:
„A towering, thrilling wine, the 2016 Mouton Rothschild is unbelievably beautiful today. Aromatics, fruit density and vertical structure all come together. In the glass, the 2016 is remarkably vivid and powerful, and yet a gentler, more feminine side emerges with time in the glass. The intense, mineral, savory profile recalls the 1986, but the 2016 has more grace, inner sweetness and sophistication than that wine. Even so, the 2016 is going to need at least a number of years in bottle before it starts drinking well, although it won't be the bruiser the 1986 remains to this day. This is breathtaking wine from Mouton, Tecnical Director Philippe Dhalluin and his team." 100 JEB DUNNUCK:
"Along with the Château Lafite, the 2016 Château Mouton Rothschild is the wine of the vintage from the Médoc and is a truly profound, magical, blockbuster wine in every sense. It’s based on 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, raised in new French oak. Boasting a saturated purple color as well as an extraordinary bouquet of thick black fruits, lead pencil shavings, new saddle leather, and burning embers, with just a hint of its oak upbringing, this beauty hits the palate with a mammoth amount of fruit and texture yet stays fresh, pure, and light on its feet, with a thrilling sense of minerality as well as building tannins on the finish. It’s one of the most profound young wines I’ve ever tasted, and while it will probably keep for three-quarters of a decade, it offers pleasure even today. Bravo!"

2016 Chateau Mouton Rothschild Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac
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100
ANTONIO GALLONI: "A towering, thrilling wine, the 2016 Mouton Rothschild is unbelievably beautiful today. Aromatics, fruit density and vertical structure all come together. In the glass, the 2016 is remarkably vivid and powerful, and yet a gentler, more feminine side emerges with time in the glass. The intense, mineral, savory profile recalls the 1986, but the 2016 has more grace, inner sweetness and sophistication than that wine. Even so, the 2016 is going to need at least a number of years in bottle before it starts drinking well, although it won't be the bruiser the 1986 remains to this day. This is breathtaking wine from Mouton, Tecnical Director Philippe Dhalluin and his team."
99
DECANTER: "A higher level of acidity than is usual for Mouton is buttressed by waves of fruit and tannin. It's a modern take on 1986 that shows the most wonderful precision of creme caramel, liquorice, blackcurrant, creme de cassis and cedar. It's opulent but also has great tension through the palate - a monumental Mouton that for me has gained in stature over the past two years of ageing. The idea of a drinking window almost feels like a mirage - the perfect moment is likely to recede into the distance time and time again. It could be drunk in the next decade perhaps, but it's going to take 20 years or more to really get into its stride. Easily one of the wines of the vintage, for me this is showing even better than during en primeur."
99
FALSTAFF: "Tiefdunkles Rubingranat, opaker Kern, dezente Randaufhellung, mit feinen Gewürznoten unterlegte schwarze Beerenfrucht, ein Hauch von Nougat und Edelholz, feiner Cassistouch im Hintergrund. Komplex, reife Herzkirschen, integrierte, reife Tannine, feines Brombeerkonfit, zarter Nougat, beeindruckendes Rückgrat, sehr viel Rasse und Frische, Brombeeren und Cassis im Abgang, mineralischer Nachhall, große Länge, sicheres Reifepotenzial."
100
JAMES SUCKLING: "Dark ruby, purple color. Aromas of blackcurrants, black truffle, crushed stone, licorice and hints of tar. Full-bodied, deep and vertical on the palate, drawing you in and down. The structure is very tannic and powerful, yet the tannins are folded into the wine. One of the most powerful Moutons ever for me. Try after 2027."
19
JANCIS ROBINSON: "Tasted blind. Rich, round and juicy. Very transparent and easy and beautiful. Just the job. Great balance. Glorious."
100
JEB DUNNUCK: "Along with the Château Lafite, the 2016 Château Mouton Rothschild is the wine of the vintage from the Médoc and is a truly profound, magical, blockbuster wine in every sense. It’s based on 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, raised in new French oak. Boasting a saturated purple color as well as an extraordinary bouquet of thick black fruits, lead pencil shavings, new saddle leather, and burning embers, with just a hint of its oak upbringing, this beauty hits the palate with a mammoth amount of fruit and texture yet stays fresh, pure, and light on its feet, with a thrilling sense of minerality as well as building tannins on the finish. It’s one of the most profound young wines I’ve ever tasted, and while it will probably keep for three-quarters of a decade, it offers pleasure even today. Bravo!"
100
THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER: "The nose can only be described as black currant liqueur. From there you find 5 spice, blackberry and wild cherry. The barrel aging has really concentrated this wine. Unctuous, intense, concentrated and flat out, delicious. It is not often Pauillac is described as decadent. But that is exactly what takes place here. The wine covers every taste receptor on your palate. If you have the chance to taste this elixir, don't pass on it. If you have the disposable income to lay this incredible wine down, do it,. As this is going to be impossibly expensive as it matures."
100
THE WINEADVOCATE: "Composed of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot, the 2016 Mouton Rothschild has an opaque garnet-purple color. WOW—the nose explodes from the glass with powerful blackcurrant cordial, black raspberries, blueberry pie and melted chocolate notions, plus suggestions of aniseed, camphor, lifted kirsch and the faintest waft of a subtle floral perfume in the background. Full-bodied, concentrated, bold and totally seductive in the mouth, it has very fine-grained, silt-like tannins, while jam-packed with tightly wound fruit layers, finishing in this wonderful array of mineral sparks. Magic."
19
WEINWISSER: "83 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 15 % Merlot, 1 % Cabernet Franc, 1 % Petit Verdot. Dunkles Purpur mit satter Mitte und lila Rand. Dicht verwobenes blaubeeriges Bouquet mit Brombeeren und Lakritze, dahinter schwarze Johannisbeeren und ein Touch After-Eight-Minze. Am Gaumen mit stützendem Tannin, fein aufrauend, aber in der Entwicklung am weitesten von allen drei Pauillac-Premiers, da ist Fülle und Frische bereits in Balance, ein beruhigender Mouton, der frühes Genussvergnügen bereiten wird."
98
WINE ENTHUSIAST: "The rich fruit in this wine nearly envelops the tannins. Flavors of black plums, blackberries and blueberries meld with intense acidity to mask the power and concentration of the polished tannins. With this structure, will age for many, many years. Do not drink before 2026."
98
WINESPECTATOR: "A generous, pure and lush ball of Cabernet, with wave after wave of unadulterated cassis and blackberry puree flavors rolling through. Features notes of roasted apple wood and sweet tobacco, offset by a long tug of sweet earth, but that's all background music to the impressive core of fruit, which steams along like a cruise ship with enough stores in reserve to go around the world twice without stopping. Best from 2025 through 2045."
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