CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
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CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985
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1985 CHÂTEAU MOUTON BARONNE PHILIPPE 1985

5th Classified Growth
A wine from Château Mouton Rothschild
Has had several names since 1855:
1855 – 1932 Armailhac Castle
1933 – 1956 Armailhac sheep
1957 – 1974 Mouton Baron Philippe
1975 – 1988 Mouton Baroness Philippe
1989 – today Château d’Armailhac

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Expert's opinions

17 / 20
Jancis Robinson November - 2009
Jancis Robinson
Minerally nose, light and almost lean but certainly fine textured. I suspect this would have tasted better a few years ago.
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4 / 5
Michael Broadbent March - 1998
Michael Broadbent
A soft red, rich, maturing; very agreable harmonious black fruit aroma - touches of raspberry and strawwberry; stylish, perfect weigth. Delicious.
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91 / 100
Wine Spectator October - 1994
Wine Spectator
Closed and tight with lots of grape, berry, ripe fruit character. Full-bodied and alcoholic with full tannins
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Region Bordeaux
Appellation Pauillac
Colour Red
Volume 0.75 l
Country France
Château D'Armailhac
Château D'Armailhac

The Château Armailhac is an estate of Baron Philippe de Rothschild. It is located in Pauillac. It is a fifth classified growths of Médoc official classification of Bordeaux wines in 1855

Acquired in 1934 by Baron Philippe de Rothschild, the estate has successively borne the name of Armailhac Mouton, Mouton Baron Philippe, Mouton Baronne Philippe before returning in 1989 to its original name: Armailhac. The style of  Armailhac wines have recently gained depth, power and elegance.