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Earth, cedar wood, lead pencil, black licorice, cassis and blackberry open the nose. On the palate, the wine is polished, the tannins are soft, but the concentration and complex.
A big, fruity, hedonistic style of wine, Has a dense ruby/purple color, notes of incense and barbecue smoke and oodles of black berry and cassis fruit. It is medium to full-bodied, with silky tannins and low acidity. This attractive, very hedonistic style of wine should drink well for at least
Subtle on the nose with a wonderful finesse in the mouth. Full, long tannins coat the palate. Atypical wine of St. Estephe with excellent length and good ageing potential.
Clear and bright wine with nose of oak, brioche, toast and cedarwood. Clean and direct attack, great balance of freshness and fruit with good acidity.
Earthy and tannic, but concentrated with firm structure, the 2012 La Dame de Montrose has a distinct spicy, earthy character and some tannins to shed, which is unusual for a second wine. It is nicely concentrated with a dense ruby/purple color, and overall it is well-made.
Expressive and concentrated nose, slightly sweet and moody, with a mixture of red fruit aromas, raspberry and morello cherry. Powerful and racy on the palate, Combining suppleness and tight tannins. Beautiful length in the mouth, with tannins lessevident in the after-taste.
Deep garnet-purple in color, it has a balsamic nose with dark cherries and notes of truffles and chargrill. The medium-bodied mouth is fine, fresh and lithe with chewy tannins and an earthy finish.
Elegant wine both nose and taste. Spice and ripe fruit aromas with fresh, silky attack on the palate. Attractive tannic structure; full, well-rounded body and a long finish with touch of liquorice.
Complex nose delivering notes of cassis, violet and raspberry. Floral notes, morello and mocha wrap around a neat, long and elegant palate. Harmonious, powerful and long.
A bouquet of sweet black fruits intermixed with weedy tobacco, liquorice and leather characteristics. Medium-bodied and powerful with excruciating tannin.
The deep plum/ruby/purple-tinged 2004 La Dame de Montrose possesses sweet tannin, loads of supple fruit (there must be considerable Merlot in the blend), and a round, juicy, stylish finish.
The nose is very detailed and lively, more breezy with vivacious blackberry, cedar and graphite scents. The palate is medium-bodied and slightly brittle in texture on the entry. The acidity is beautifully judged here with superb balance: smooth and harmonious, though it just tapers in towards the edgy, maybe angular