Bright ruby rose colour, a bouquet of red berries with hints of pomegranate, very fruity in the mouth, aromas of strawberries with hints of yeast, moderate acidity with a touch of bitterness; a full-bodied rosé.
The Mouton Cadet reputation no longer has to be proven. The little brother of the great Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, Premier Grand Cru Classé Pauillac is not part of the elite, this is true, but its finesse and complexity make it quite pleasant and enjoyable. Since 1930, demand and audacity have made the Mouton Cadet famous. The result of a generous nature and human labour, resultingfrom the combination of an exceptional terrain and the passion of Baron Philippe de Rothschild (1902-1988), Mouton Cadet has alwaysknown, over the years, how to handle quality, prestige and know-how in producing an expressive, appealing wine. Today, Mouton Cadetis the world's reference for a premium AOC Bordeaux wine.