Château Malmaison
(by Edmond de Rothschild)

Château Malmaison Moulis-en-Medoc

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Château Malmaison
(by Edmond de Rothschild)
Château Malmaison – 2015

Wine Enthusiast
91 Points

An unusual blend for the Médoc of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this wine comes from a Rothschild vineyard next door to its Château Clarke. The wine is balanced, richly perfumed and spicy with swathes of black-currant fruit and ripe tannins. Developing slowly, the wine needs some time. Drink from 2023.

Roger Voss, February 2019
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Château Malmaison
(by Edmond de Rothschild)
Château Malmaison – 2015

Food & Wine
30 Bottles from Bordeaux You Should Buy Right Now

This Baron Edmond de Rothschild property, like neighboring Chateau Clarke, has a lovely sense of muscle, with structural bones shining through at this stage of its evolution, as well as finely detailed flavors of mixed currants, black raspberries, and a distinct sense of minerality, all of it lifted on the finish with hints of sweet spice and laurel. Drink this now with air and on through 2029.

Brian Freedman, September 26, 2019
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Château Malmaison
(by Edmond de Rothschild)
Château Malmaison – 2015

The Wine Advocate
April 27, 2016

The 2015 Château Malmaison has a straightforward, red cherry and strawberry-scented bouquet with cassis developing in the glass. It comes across as a little smudged compared to its peers. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannin, crisp acidity and a pleasant salinity, the finish showing more pedigree than the aromatics at the moment. It should meliorate during élevage and evolve into a useful little Moulis.

Neal Martin, April 27, 2016
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Château Malmaison
(by Edmond de Rothschild)
Château Malmaison – 2015

jamessuckling.com
91 Points

Ripe dark berries are closely intertwined with spicy fresh cedary oak, leading to a palate with a bold, fleshy core of dark-berry flavors. Fine, taut tannins. Try from 2020.

James Suckling, February 2, 2018
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