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Chateau Croix Mouton Bordeaux Superior (Futures Pre-Sale) 2011

Bordeaux Red Blends from Bordeaux, France
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Ripe, slightly extracted in feel with a taut plum skin edge running from start to finish, along with crushed cherry and blackberry fruit. A good tobacco note wafts through the finish.
Barrel Sample: 87-90 Points
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Chateau Croix Mouton

Chateau Croix Mouton

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Chateau Croix Mouton, Bordeaux, France
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Previously known as Chateau Mouton, Croix Mouton has a long history in the Bordeaux region. The property was written about in the 1881 Ferret edition, next to many well-known Bordeaux wine producers of the time. However, the estate has a much longer history dating back to the ancient Romans who planted vines on the property. The Gallo-Romains remains found in its soil are proof of an ancient Bordeaux wine producing past.
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