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2003 Chateau Mouton Rothschild Pauillac
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93 Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2006

($279-$370) Good medium ruby. This is downright exotic on the nose: mocha, coffee, graphite and coconut, lifted by sandalwood and cinnamon spice. Then dense, supple and fine-grained without coming across as heavy. Suggestion of aromatic tree bark. A seamless wine that spreads out horizontally on the back end and finishes with very fine tannins. A bit less extreme than the average 2003, but the 2005 Mouton has more class. I suspect this is on the verge of shutting down in bottle.

94 Points | Wine Spectator
95+ Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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12/27/2010
by DivisionBell
No review either but perhaps the flavor of his pencil tip was hovering over the spice notes as he was making notes. ...and from my wife after we read the Wine Advocate review: "I prefer my *steak* barbecued, not my wine."
stumbled on this one
10/30/2010
by Nelson13945062
no review, but just wanted to know how the hell is graphite used as a taste description?

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