Château Mouton Rothschild – Cuvées Baronne Charlotte – Graves

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Château Mouton Rothschild – Cuvées Baronne Charlotte – Graves


Château Mouton Rothschild – Cuvées Baronne Charlotte – Graves

This particular wine  is named after Baronne Charlotte Rothschild.
*More history of this wine, coming soon*

In case any of you are wondering if there was a spelling mistake {Baronne should have been spelt Baronesses} then let us clear up the confusion for you. The definition of a baronne is a baroness, either a French woman of nobility or a French woman who married a nobleman and is ranked below Vicomtesse but above Baronnetess, Knight, and Esquier.


The Expression Cuvées in French wine making is often used in the concept of a tank of wine with a purpose. When used in labeling of Rothschilds Mouton wines it denotes special blends or selected vats of higher quality.
Particularly terms like cuvée speciale, or tête de cuvée (the latter especially in Sauternes AOC) should indicate higher quality. In this context, higher-quality than ordinary cuvées are often referred to as reserve wines, while a cuvée lower in quality than the main one is a second wine.