Named after the abundant pink flora that blossoms along the river banks on which the vines grow, Montrose has been producing delightful wines since 1815. To be granted Second Growth status in the 1855 Classification, just 40 years after the first vine was planted, is a remarkable achievement. Thanks must go to Etienne Dumoulin who persevered and strived to contend with the likes of Haut-Brion and Lafite. The subsequent owners have continued his vision, making Montrose one of the most sought after Bordeaux wines today.
Montrose is famed for producing powerful, bold and refined Bordeaux wines, that evolve extremely well for decades to come. With the 2016 vintage scoring 97-99 points from Neal Martin, there is no doubt these wines have impressive investment potential for years to come.
The performance of recent vintages of Chateau Montrose
All values taken from Liv-Ex, with data correct on 18/08/17