If you’re hunting around for the perfect luxury vintage to start off the New Year, look no further than the Ideal Wine Company’s latest wine: the Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998.
The Finest Bottles from Every Corner of the Globe
The Ideal Wine Company is a provider of fine wines for reasonable prices that don’t break the bank. We always put the customer first.
That’s why we strive to bring you the finest bottles from every corner of the globe. This time around, we have a stellar vintage from deep in the heart of French wine making country you’re sure to love.
The Spirit of French Viticulture
Despite the rise of newer players on the wine making stage such as California, Argentina and Chile, France has strived in recent years to retain it’s title as the wine-making capital of the world.
Nowhere characterises the spirit of French viticulture like Bordeaux. A region that borders the idyllic, mid-north-Atlantic, Bordeaux is known for the quality of the reds it’s become famous for producing. Some of the Bordeaux’s most famous and expensive red wines are known to originate from the picturesque village of Paulliac, on region’s Medoc peninsula.
Why Should You Buy the Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998?
As luck would have it, we have one of those Paulliac reds on offer to you here at the Ideal Wine Company at the moment, for the fantastic price of £481. The Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998.
For that investment you get a classic red that is characterised by scintillating aromas of black fruit, Asian spices, cedar and cassis. These fantastic smells hit your nose with an alarming clarity the minute you crack open the bottle, and when you take that first sip, the full body, Cabernet finish and blend of tantalising fruity flavours of the vintage are sure to provide you with a wine-drinking experience you’ll remember for a lifetime.
You’ll Never Look at Wine in the Same Way Again
In other words, if you invest in a bottle of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998 as you start the New Year, you’re in for a real treat. A not-so-typical Bordeaux red that dances on the tongue and wows the senses, you’ll never look at wine the same way once you’ve had that first glorious sip of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1998.