Château Mouton Rothschild 1 cru Paulliac 1980

In June 1973, an order was issued by the Ministry of Paris to promote The Château Mouton-Rothschild from 2 to 1 January 1973. Cru. And it was celebrated with a distinguished etiquette by Pablo Picasso himself. "First I am, second I was, I Mouton do not change"... became a phrase that was noticed around the world.

Every year the bottle is presented with a new and exciting art etiquette, where all the artists of the world have made their mark over the years on one of the world's finest and most famous wines.This is just one of many exciting and innovative initiatives by the Rothschild family.

The property (Château Brane-Mouton) was renovated in 1853 by Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild of the English branch of the famous banking family.He changed the castle name to Mouton-Rothschild. In 1922, his grandson Baron Philippe de Rothschild took the helm, and for the next 65 years he transformed the wine and property into perhaps the world's most famous. In 1924, Baron Philippe tapped the entire vintage of the castle, which was revolutionized at the time. And in 1924 he built the more than 100-metre-long basement building, which is also today one of the property's attractions. And in 1945, Baron Philippe introduced the tradition of letting an artist embellish the label on the wine. Baron Philippe has also built a fantastic wine museum, which attracts thousands of wine enthusiasts every year. The museum was opened in 1962. 

Since 1988, baron Philippe's daughter Baronne Philippine has taken charge of the property and one of the world's most admired wines.

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