Château Malmaison Baronne Nadine de Rothschild 2010 – Moulis en Médoc
Varietal: 80% Merlot 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Color – Dark garnet, clear hue throughout.
Nose – Coffee, tobacco, florals and mixed dark fruits. Medium to full bodied.
Mouth – Blackcurrant, morello cherry, plum, rich crimson – round attack, rather strong acidity
Food Pairing: grilled meats, meat dishes, and assorted cheeses
2010 Vintage: Wine Spectator: 90 points
2015 Vintage – Wine Enthusiast: 91 points
Château Malmaison 2010
Baronne Nadine de Rothschild
Moulis en Médoc, Bordeaux
Soil: Sand Clay and Limestone
Wine Making: 16 months
In the heart of the Médoc, the Moulis-en-Médoc appellation lies between the main roads leading into the Médoc peninsula. Close to, but protected from, these two highways, it has profited from this discreet, privileged position.
This Red wine from Moulis en Medoc in Bordeaux comes from a Rothschild family winery
The Rothschild family’s commitment to wine is also reflected in its many initiatives to protect and promote wine-making heritage