Mouton Rothschild 1981 - Pauillac
Label stained and torn.
Very good level and optimal storage conditions
Are you looking for an anthology wine? The reputation of Mouton Rothschild is well established.
This domain is a premier grand cru that only a few Bordeaux Châteaux have the honor of wearing, such as Château Margaux, Latour, Lafite or Haut-Brion.
Every year since 1945, the label is illustrated by a famous artist (Miro, Picasso or Chagall for example)
In 1981, Arman Fermandez was chosen to illustrate the label of the famous house.
252.840 Bottles produced and 4700 Magnums
The wine holds up beautifully over time. The 1981 vintage was badly perceived at the time, however, a few pearls crept among the great Bordeaux wines, this "Mouton" is one of them.
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