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Dame de Montrose, 2010

Region: Bordeaux, Appelation: St-Estéphe, Colour: Red
Price per case: £500.00
Number of cases: 2
Bottle size: 75cl Bottle
Bottles per case: 12
Cases of 12 can be sold as 2 of 6
Original wooden case: Yes
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Dame de Montrose 2010 fine wine
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Tasting notesDame de Montrose 2010 fine wine
The estate's second wine represents 36% of the production in 2010. Composed of two-thirds Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Merlot, it is one of the finest examples of this cuvee I have yet tasted. Intense blueberry and cassis fruit intertwined with floral notes, a plump, unctuous texture and abundant fruit characterize this seductive, fleshy wine. Consume it over the next 10-15 years.
Robert Parker
Score: 91-93
64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 36% of total production. Very deep crimson. Lovely scented top note and then sumptuously round texture. Fresh and lively with good muscles. Excellent balance and really very flattering without being overripe or sweet. It finishes dry and minerally. Fine skeined. Really a very fine wine indeed - well done! Provided you don't mind a lack of flesh in the middle... 13.7%
Jancis Robinson
Score: 17
Tasted at the Château, the La Dame represents 36% of total production and is a blend of 64% Cabernet Sauvignon and 36% Merlot. It demonstrates great purity on the nose, a floral note that I have not encountered on La Dame before (perhaps more feminine in keeping with the name?) The palate is very smooth and refined, silky in the mouth with succulent blackcurrant and cassis towards the finish that belies some fine tannins underneath. It is just... delicious now and one hopes, in bottle. Drink 2013-2020. Tasted March 2011
Neal Martin
Score: 92
The black fruited mix on the nose is tinged with herbal greenness. The palate starts with sweet ripe black fruits but behind is red fruited freshness that tends to lighten the fullness. Right at the back the fruit power shows giving richness on the finish.
Derek Smedley
Score: 91
Rich smoky cassis fruit, good middle sweetness and lift, less depth than expected. Drink 2015-20.
Steven Spurrier
Score: 16
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