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Chateau Montrose 2019, Saint-Estephe 750ml

Chateau Montrose 2019, Saint-Estephe 750ml
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Chateau Montrose 2019, Saint-Estephe 750ml
$1,480.00
  • Stock: 5
  • Reward Points: 1480
  • Model: 00040119
Chateau Montrose is located in Saint-Estephe, Medoc, Bordeaux, France. The vineyard is located on a hillside and is covered with heather. When it blooms, the flowers turn pink, hence the name Montrose. ), is one of the most stable and excellent wines in the production area.

Château Montrose dates back to the 18th century, founded in 1815, classified as a Growth 2 in 1855, and has remained family-owned ever since. Château Montrose is known for producing dark, rich red wines with long aging potential. Their wines typically have rich black fruit flavours, elegant structure, firm tannins, good balance and a long finish. These characteristics allow the wines of Château Montrose to display complexity and elegance as they age.

Château Montrose is widely regarded as one of the finest wineries in the Bordeaux region, and its outstanding red wines are often highly regarded and sought after by collectors. The winery's wines have won many international awards and excellent reviews, and enjoy a high reputation in the global market.

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Chateau Montrose 2019 is a testament to the grandeur of Saint-Estephe. This predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon blend exudes a deep ruby-red hue with hints of purple, revealing a bouquet of dark, brooding fruits and earthy undertones. On the palate, it offers a savory profile with jammy blackcurrant and a toasty backbone. The wine's structure is highlighted by mouthwatering tannins and lifted by a streak of good acidity, culminating in a long, juicy finish with persistent earthy notes. Matured for 18 months in 60% new French oak, this wine showcases the meticulous care from vineyard to winery, promising exceptional longevity and a complex evolution over time.

Robert Parker (97)
James Suckling (97)
Vinous (100)
Decanter (98)