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Chateau Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac
(4.2/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visit pretty good, despite being more facilities for a factory than a castle, as others who have visited. On tasting, served Mouton rothschild, 2007, which we liked a lot.
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  • Is to find notable how much history and art here. Interesting how differently each Château make the wines. Just top!
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  • Booked in advance, at a cost of 45 euros per person (2 hours and 15 minutes of visit) and started on time, with a small group. We know a little of the history and saw the outside of the winery, very well cared for. The visit continued Interestingly, where we could see all the steps of the production process where happen, going through a museum dedicated to wine-related paraphernalia and the labels of the bottles, for which great artists were invited to contribute. In fact, this part is quite interesting, with labels painted by artists of the stature of Picasso and Miró, among others (none). We finish with a tasting glass, or better, a third of a Cup, a very expensive wine, like all who were on sale there!. (The cheapest in the range of 400 EUR) On output, a small shop where wines can be purchased, as well as postcards and posters with the labels, beautiful and affordable. It was worth it, the visit was very interesting!
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  • Visited this chateau with other wine professionals. I don't need to say anything about the quality of the wines, as expected top-level. These five stars have nothing to do with the wines as they deserve five stars alone, but are all going towards the knowledgeable guides, their positive friendly attitude, top-quality wine cellar and the fact that you get to see so much of the vineyard. To professionals and non-professionals alike, book in advance! Thanks for the great experience.
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