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Mouton Rothschild 2008



Wine: Mouton Rothschild 2008
Year: 2008
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RPJ Score: 96
Wine Description: Pauillac - Medoc, dry red blend. This is the sister wine of Lafite. Often a good investment. One of the 1st Growth’s and very popular world-wide, you can’t go wrong investment wise, with this type. Harvest can be cut in half for different years, and this will mean rarer wines to get hold of. See year 2000.
Wines Year Description: This wine is easily one of the best investments for the short term currently. At the beginning of this year you could have bought this for around 1500 Pounds when the market was down, but this wine is now selling for 3000 plus for a full case. Although rated at 96 pts by Robert Parker it is widely thought that this is a wine that will really grow and mature over the next few years and could well be re-scored at 98+. Nevertheless if you compare this vintage to the 2005 (96pts), then it is clear there is a lot of investment potential. The 2005 vintage was trading at £4500 within the first 18 months of its release and currently it trades at over £5000 per case. Similarly to Lafite Rothschild, Mouton is experiencing a huge growth in demand from Asia and has developed quite a status symbol. You only have to look at the last couple of months of 2009 to see the effect this has had on Mouton across all vintages, with liv-ex reporting Mouton as the biggest climber for November. With rumours of a Chinese artist designing the label for the 2008 vintage, this could only help to push its price to a stratospheric level (Mouton 2000, 97pts, £7000 per case). With all this in mind, Mouton 2008 seems a clear choice for the wine investor and should be a serious consideration for all portfolios.
   
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