Chateau Montrose is one of the youngest estates in the 1855 classification. In fact at the end of the 18th century the land was covered in heather. The land was sold by the Segur family to the Dumoulin family in 1778. By 1815 Etienne Theodore Jnr had removed the heather and had started planting vines. By 1920, Dumoulin had built the modest Chateau that stands there today.
The present owners are the Bouygues brothers. After purchasing the estate in 2006, they enlisted the help of Jean-Bernard Delmas, formally of Haut Brion and more recently, Herve Berland of Mouton Rothschild. This is an estate with great terroir and with lofty ambitions. There have been many exceptional wines over the years, but the 2010, 2009, 2003, 1990, 1989, 1959, 1947, 1945 and 1929 are perhaps the most decorated. The estate always performs well in hotter vintages and has a reputation for producing wines that will age for many decades.
£335.00 - £2205.00