Wine Chateau Montrose, St-Estephe AOC 2-me Grand Cru Classe, 2010
- Volume: 0.75 L
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Reviews of purchase Chateau Montrose, St-Estephe AOC 2-me Grand Cru Classe, 2010
Wine dense, intense ink color with ruby reflections.
The wine full-bodied, rich, fruity taste. Fresh with soft tannins, flavors of black currant, cherry, gooseberry and cocoa. In the middle of a complex and well-balanced. The finish is long, clear.
The wine has a delicate and at the same time complex aroma with notes of mocha, black currants, raspberries, violets, graphite, and crushed stone.
Wine is perfect for meat dishes, especially stews, vegetables and various types of cheese.
"Chateau Montrose" - the main wine Chateau. For the cultivation of vines, from the harvest from which this wine is produced, used hand-picking and a double selection of grapes. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks. After that, the wine is aged for 18 months in barriques, 70% of which are updated annually. In the year produces about 19,000 cases of wine. Before use, the "Château Montrose" is recommended to decant. Wine storage capacity of up to 25 years. The year 2010 was quite dry and warm, we can say the best for the birth of an outstanding wine. Perfectly ripe berries, providing a uniform and high-quality crop. Optimal tannin content allowed us to find a balance between power and elegance, purchase power, smoothness and complex aromatic bouquet typical of great wines Montrose.
Winery Chateau Montrose, unlike most of the Medoc vineyards - enough young company. Even at the end of the XVIII century, these lands were nothing more than a swamp overgrown with heather. In 1778 the land acquired Etienne Theodore Dumoulin, later the estate took up his son, who cleared the land from the plant and found the gravel soil, it is suitable for growing grapes. The first crops were obtained in 1815, in 1820 the site was expanded, and the construction of a small Chateau. After that, the hosts were replaced many times, as many times reformed the vineyards and buy new equipment until the works have not given their fruit in the form of wonderful wines. The heyday of the economy came in 2006, when the estate acquired Martin and Oliver Bowie. Today, the castle owned 65 hectares of land with a beautiful exposition, facing the Gironde, in the south-eastern part of the commune of Saint-Estephe.