By Pauillac’s standards, a relatively low proportion of Cabernet (64%) makes this much softer and more approachable that its peers, certainly when compared to the other wines from the Rothschild family.
Château d’Armailhac is what used to be called Mouton-Baron-Philippe and before that Mouton-d'Armailhacq, although you’re unlikely to find much of that around anymore. Whatever it’s called, it is now firmly a part of ...Learn more
“Lightly scented, quite opulent on the nose. Very fresh and correct. Tannins are there but they are ripe enough. Not a blockbuster but very attractive and not confected.”