Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Baron Philippe de Rothschild

Baron Philippe de Rothschild is known world over through its ownership of Château Mouton- Rothschild and its involvement with projects such as Opus One in California. In 1997 it joined forces with Concha y Toro to produce the ultra-premium Almaviva. Escudo Rojo represents the next chapter in the company's Chilean operations. Escudo Rojo is a literal Spanish translation of Rothschild, which itself comes from the German "das rote schild", a reference to the red shield which originally served as the family crest.

With Escudo Rojo, winemaker Patrick Leon has sought to create a balanced Bordeaux-like blend Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet France, Carmenère and Merlot from select sources in Chile's Maipo and Rapel regions. Harvested by hand in small bins, the grapes are transported to the bodega where they are mechanically destemmed and lightly crushed. After fermentation and skin contact, the wine is drained off the tanks and is then partially aged in new French oak barrels for approximately 12 months. 1999 was the inaugural vintage.

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2016 Domaine de Baronarques, Rouge, Limoux, Languedoc
Red
2016
Ready, but will improve
Full Bodied
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15.0% Alcohol
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2014 Domaine de Baronarques, Rouge, Limoux, Languedoc
Red
2014
Ready, but will keep
Full Bodied
Dry
13.5% Alcohol
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2015 Domaine de Baronarques, Rouge, Limoux, Languedoc
Red
2015
Ready, but will keep
Full Bodied
Dry
15.0% Alcohol
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