Dame de Montrose (2nd wine of Montrose) 2019

St Estephe, Second wine

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The 2019 La Dame De Montrose is another impressive second wine and certainly worth seeking out. Ripe darker cherries, currants, leafy herbs, tobacco, and a hint of classic Saint-Estèphe damp earth all emerge on the nose, and it's medium-bodied, with a silky, graceful texture, light tannins, and a great finish. It's everything a second wine should be and will evolve nicely for 10-12 years.

Score: 91

Jeb Dunnuck, JebDunnuck.com Maturity: 2022-2034 11 April 2022

The 2019 La Dame de Montrose, which I tasted in June and September 2021, has a fresh mulberry, black plum and granite-scented bouquet that is quite precocious; touches of morel appear in the background. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-grained tannins, quite structured and almost Pauillac-like, thanks to veins of graphite toward the finish provided by the 48% Cabernet Sauvignon. Saline on the aftertaste, though not tremendously long, this is a very promising Deuxième Vin.

Score: 91

Neal Martin, Vinous.com Maturity: 2025 - 2043 01 February 2022

The 2019 Dame de Montrose shows all of the richness and radiance of the vintage in its inky fruit and overall ripeness profile. The 2019 is dense and lush, but also feels a bit heavy and lacking in balance, which is especially evident on the short finish. I expected a bit more.

Score: 89

Antonio Galloni, Vinous.com Maturity: 2024 - 2034 01 February 2022

Juicy and pleasantly chewy with milk chocolate, walnut and currant aromas and flavors. Medium-bodied, creamy and flavorful. Second wine of Montrose. Drink after 2024.

Score: 93

James Suckling, JamesSuckling.com Maturity: 2024+ 19 January 2022

The Merlots were so good this year that most have gone into the first wine, giving this a higher percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon than usual and making it a serious Dame de Montrose, with clear ageing potential. Elegant and balanced, with purity and juicy black fruits. It has that savoury Cabernet quality which is very Médocain, this is absolutely one to look out for, packed with estate signature. 30% new oak. 43% of total production. 4% Petit Verdot completes the blend. Lovely new label here also, with rose gold roses across it.

Score: 94

Jane Anson, Decanter.com Maturity: 2025 - 2040 10 May 2020