Château Montrose

Château Montrose

Saint-Estèphe Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2005

A 3 hour decant has 05 Montrose showing beautifully, wafting layers of cassis, cedar and mocha with a silky and vibrant palate and fine grained tannins. Still so young but in a real nice spot. — 10 days ago

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Domaine Montrose

Solis Lumen Rosé Blend

Lite Salmon in color, nose full of Melon an lite Strawberries, Watermelon candy along with that wonderful Mediterranean salinity poppin’ an sailing towards a delicate dry finish. Very Refreshing….Love IT! $11.99 — 10 months ago

Heidi Taylor
with Heidi

Colgin Cellars

IX Estate Napa Valley Red Blend 2010

2010 blind wine tasting! Colgin, Continuum, Insignia, Montrose, Pape Clement, Smith Lafite. As expected I preferred the Bordeaux’s! — 2 years ago

Steve Gautier
with Steve
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Tom Garland

Tom Garland

Nice tasting lineup!
Iwan

Iwan

Quite a lineup!
Sharon B

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Love the decanters!

Joseph Phelps Vineyards

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

David T
9.3

Rib Cover follow up. Brighter, riper fruits with mid Chinese five spice than the La Dome de Montrose.

Still better in 3-5 years. It will hold there with a slow decline over another 5 years.
— 9 months ago

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Chateau Khoury

Symphonie Bekaa Valley Red Blend 2009

Exceptional Cab /Merlot/ Can Franc blend from Lebanon in the style of a right bank Bordeaux. Reminds me of Chateau Montrose 2010, but 5 times cheaper — a year ago

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Château Tronquoy-Lalande

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Cassis, tobacco, pencil, powdery and spicy, dash of mint and oak. Wonderful entry level St. Estephe. Good QPR..
A point.
The owners of Montrose bought this estate in 2006, which seems like a clever move to me.
— 4 years ago

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Mayacamas Vineyards

Napa Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 1970

Served blind alongside what was later to be revealed as the 1970 Montrose. Our humble table was universally convinced the other wine was from Bordeaux and there was at least one that was adamant this was the legendary 1970 Mayacamas. What wasn’t up for debate was the nose, which was absolutely stunning. A melange of ripe, dried and desiccated dark and red fruits with dried flowers, leather, sweet tobacco and the prettiest baking spices your nose ever smelled on a Cabernet from California. It was almost Burgundian relative to the Montrose. This is a vinous wine with acid keeping it spry. And while it is likely to give “Ohhs and Ahhs” for years to come, it is so gorgeous right now that I wouldn’t hesitate to pull the cork and taste one of the most important wines in history while it still has its potency. This will be one of those wines that haunt me for years to come and I’m ever so grateful to have enjoyed it. A sublime pairing with Iberico de Bellota pork loin with harissa purée and ramps. — 8 months ago

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Château Calon-Ségur

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2020

Delectable Wine
9.4

The 2020 Calon-Ségur is allowed to open for over 90 minutes, unfurling in the glass with blackberry and bilberry scents, cedar and floral scents (almost identical to how it showed in barrel.) It just oozes pedigree. The palate is medium-bodied with svelte tannins and quite plush red fruit. It is very well balanced without the backbone and depth of say, Montrose or Cos d'Estournel. It has gained a bit of heft on the finish during its élevage. However, it fans out in assured fashion. This should drink beautifully for 25 to 30 years. (Neal Martin, Vinous, February 2023) — a year ago

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Château Phélan Ségur

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2009

Another generous gift for my Cabernet tasting matching the theme of 2009. I have not tasted this producer before mainly trying Cos and Montrose from Saint Estephe previously. It was more full bodied and silky than expected reflecting the vintage. Black and red fruits. A little lost for words after the Lafite to be honest. Most enjoyable however. — 3 years ago

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