Château Montrose La Dame de Montrose Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2009

Ratings on Delectable

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

The warm 2009 vintage means way more merlot here than normal, and it shows. Big, ripe, plush, comfy. #kogodwinemerchant

The warm 2009 vintage means way more merlot here than normal, and it shows. Big, ripe, plush, comfy. #kogodwinemerchant

8.9

Matt Krueger Delectable Pro

Deep and dense. Needs more time to come around, but you can tell that brooding st Estephe character is there.

Deep and dense. Needs more time to come around, but you can tell that brooding st Estephe character is there.

8.9

Keith Crump

Good nose but a little remote lots of good tannins and dark cassis

Good nose but a little remote lots of good tannins and dark cassis

9.0

Tan Ernest

Rather disappointed with this. Much promise on the nose, but didn't have the complexity, finish nor stamina to last in the glass.

Rather disappointed with this. Much promise on the nose, but didn't have the complexity, finish nor stamina to last in the glass.

8.2

Makoto Someya

This is the 2nd for Chateau Montrose which is 2nd class in Bordeaux. I tasted this one to compare with 2009. Color is same, deep red violet color, but a bit deeper, not raspberry nose, it should be pepper like flavor, taste is black fruits like. It has robust structure, body is also different close to full, then felt more tannin, to make me feel its potential. The degree of perfection for the balance is much higher. This is completely different from 2008. But, later, I realized the ratio is different, Merlot82/CS18 to CS65/Merlot25/CF8 for 08, bcs lots of CS were used for 1st label. @2300, Winona, 170121-170126

This is the 2nd for Chateau Montrose which is 2nd class in Bordeaux. I tasted this one to compare with 2009. Color is same, deep red violet color, but a bit deeper, not raspberry nose, it should be pepper like flavor, taste is black fruits like. It has robust structure, body is also different close to full, then felt more tannin, to make me feel its potential. The degree of perfection for the balance is much higher. This is completely different from 2008. But, later, I realized the ratio is different, Merlot82/CS18 to CS65/Merlot25/CF8 for 08, bcs lots of CS were used for 1st label. @2300, Winona, 170121-170126

9.0

Andy Brown

Great 2nd label wine - drink now, awesome value

Great 2nd label wine - drink now, awesome value

8.8

Winston Biltz

A good wine but still too young.

A good wine but still too young.

9.1

Nenad Marovac

Very average. Not worth the price we paid for it.

Very average. Not worth the price we paid for it.

7.7

Keith Crump

A great Bordeaux

A great Bordeaux

8.7

Keith Crump

2009 drinking well

2009 drinking well

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    New York, NY 10001

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