Posts Tagged ‘Chateau Mouton Rothschild’

It was a wine tasting lunch on a cold and breezy Saturday. The wine was known as Chateau Mouton Barone Philippe in the 70’s, but now everyone knows the wine as Chateau d’Armalihac – a fifth growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification.

As with most of the Chateaus in Bordeaux, the history of the vineyard had gone through many changes and ownership.  It was sold to Baron Philippe de Rothschild in 1933 and became part of the Mouton Rothschild family. (more…)


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Slow Cooked Oxtail in Red Wine Sunday brunch at home – pate with French bread, slow cooked ox tail in red wine sauce and freshly baked Yorkshire pudding on the side. Sound yummy and was indeed very delicious. (more…)

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