La Dame de Montrose 1991

Main characteristics of the vintage 
This year will remain in our memories as the year of spring frost. If February favoured a precocious bud burst, a nasty frost depleted a considerable part of the vegetation during the night of April 20th in the Bordeaux area. However, Montrose’s unique terroir benefits of a fully exceptional climate. Its proximity to the river prevents frost-riven temperatures. That’s how Château Montrose’s yield, in 1991, did not swoop.

July and August were hot and dry and the harvest season was hot and rainy.

Period of harvest
September 30th – October 15th

Information non communicated

Tasting notes 
Ruby colour.
Complex nose delivering aromas of black chocolate.
The palate displays notes black fruit and cocoa.
The wine is balanced, powerful and complex, rich and full.
Long and silky finish (tannins).