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2019 Montrose

By Chateau Montrose

2019 Montrose from Chateau Montrose, St-Estephe, Bordeaux

In the echelons of fine wine investment, few names resound with the clout of Chateau Montrose. The 2019 Montrose exemplifies the deft craftsmanship and vineyard majesty that has kept the vintners in reverent whispers among oenophiles and investors alike. As I approached this vintage, I was met with a sense of eager anticipation; the hydra-headed complexities of Bordeaux's climate in 2019 had set the stage for a particularly expressive offering from St-Estephe.

 

A Testament to Terroir

The harvest reaped under the auspices of St-Estephe's microclimate has instilled the 2019 Montrose with a poise that is at once age-worthy and accessible. A balanced interplay between dry periods and well-timed rainfall allowed for the grapes' optimal ripening—an ephemeral choreography that has imbued this vintage with refined tannins and layers of depth.

 

Vintage Singularity: Vibrancy and Precision

The ebullient vibrancy of red fruits—cherries and plums—interwoven with earthy truffles and nuances of cedar, reflect the keen precision embodied in this wine. Remarkably, the 2019 Montrose exhibits a level of approachability seldom found in wines this youthful from the region, an attribute that augments its investable appeal. Harmonious acidity propels a finish that lingers with an eloquence of spice and subtle florals, earmarking it as one to watch closely as it matures within investors' cellars.

While it nestles comfortably among its forebears in terms of heritage, there is an undeniable vivacity to this wine that seduces the palate—an enticing lure that suggests its zenith lies in days yet to unfold.

 

Conclusion: The Investment Verdict

Parsing through my encounters with numerous vintages, it becomes increasingly clear that the 2019 Montrose from Chateau Montrose entails an auspicious proposition for collectors and investors. It captures the peculiarities of its vintage with a skilful touch that underscores its value both at table and in trade. Indeed, those aligning their cellars with this particular vintage might find themselves recounting its evolution as both a pleasure and a profit in years hence.

Current market price

$2,540.00

12x75cl

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