Byline: NEIL CAMMIES THE much-vaunted Baron Philippe De Rothschild stable produces one of the heavenly superstars of Bordeaux, Chateau Mouton Rothschild, and a couple of its distinguished lieutenants, as the house calls them, Chateau d'Armailhac and Chateau Clerc Milon.
What does BPDR stand for?
BPDR stands for Baron Philippe De Rothschild (wine maker)
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Baron Philippe de Rothschild was arrested by the Gestapo in France.
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If you would like the name Rothschild on the label look for the wines from Baron Philippe de Rothschild produced in the Pays D'Oc in south west France.
For more than fifty years, Mouton Cadet vintage Bordeaux wines from Baron Philippe de Rothschild have been associated with fine dining, and The Birmingham Post has partnered with them to bring you the Mouton Cadet fine wine and food competition.
Patriarch Robert Mondavi orchestrated MOND's first collaboration with the Baron Philippe de Rothschild of Bordeaux's Chateau Mouton in 1978.