Wine Mouton Cadet Bordeaux AOC Blanc, 2007
- Grape varieties:
Vintages and volumes
Reviews of purchase Mouton Cadet Bordeaux AOC Blanc, 2007
Wine brilliant straw-yellow color.
The wine has a rounded, fresh and lively taste, which blends white peach and lime, and long aftertaste present soft mineral notes.
The wine has a lively aroma with hints of grapefruit and white flowers, followed by subtle notes of black currant leaves and boxwood, and the characteristic fresh and elegant notes of Sauvignon.
The wine goes well with fish dishes, clams, crab meat, lobster and pastries puff pastry.
Mouton Cadet - the flagship brand of wines of Baron Philippe de Rothschild. History of the Mouton Cadet - a story of incredible success in the wine industry. To create a "little brother" (from French. Cadet) Grand Chateau Mouton Rothschild Baron Phillip prompted a bad harvest the late 1920s. In addition, the Baron decided to create a wine for everyday people, not just for kings, aristocrats and millionaires. The success of Mouton Cadet say sales of wine: 2,000 bottles in 1932 to more than 30 million bottles in 2007. 80% Mouton Cadet is exported to over 150 countries worldwide. Mouton Cadet wine can be found in prestigious restaurants in the US, Europe and Asia, the best hotels resorts in the world, on board the Concorde and the transatlantic liner. Mouton Cadet is not the first year is the sponsor of the Cannes Film Festival, Rolland Garros tennis tournament, as well as the Russian Theatre Festival Golden Mask. Logo Mouton Cadet - is a stylized image of a combination of a bunch of grapes and a lamb (Mouton in French means "lamb").
Wines of Baron Philippe de Rothschild - one of the best in the world. It was the first Baron Philippe Rothschild, took winemaking seriously. Philippe de Rothschild first tried out most of the technologies that are used today by all Château class. The main innovation of the Baron was the fact that the wines have become bottled directly at the estate, not from merchants. In addition, the processes themselves have been improved winemaking, which resulted from the Cabernet Sauvignon refinement, expressiveness, power and lifetime, almost to infinity. Baron Philippe was also the only person who was able to make changes to the approved 1855 classification of Bordeaux wines. The very same name of Baron - Castle Mouton Rothschild is classified as «must see» Bordeaux for all the guests, as Baron Philippe and his daughter, the Philippines, is now the owner of the chateau, many years collecting works of art related to wine. The castle houses the Museum "Wine in Art", founded in 1962.