2010 La Dame de Montrose (94 Pts RP…93 Pts NM…93 Pts WE) St.Estephe – NO RESERVE

Winning Bid: £66.00

Two 75cl bottles,which have been stored in a purpose-built,temperature-controlled cellar since purchase.They are in immaculate condition,with wine fills into neck and labels and capsules in an excellent state.

Wine Offer Status: Duty Paid, no VAT payable



No Reserve set on this auction lot.


Andrew Jefford in an article in the Decanter (August 2015) was ecstatic in praise regarding the 2010 La Dame de Montrose.He awarded it 104 points on the basis of his own personal appraisal:-


“It’s gorgeous. I’m enraptured by it. Magnificent scents of chocolate, leather, plums and currants, with the oak a whispered perfume. Tapered power on the palate; a shapely silhouette. But it just gets better; the wonderful Médocain austerity and sobriety grows as the beguiling front palate fades. The quality of the tannins is astonishing: so fine yet so firm. It already has a bucketload of gratifying sediment. Balance, richness, poise, vivacity, concentration: all perfectly judged. Of course I’m drinking it too soon, but too bad. I find it hard not to exclaim after each sip. Not many wines make me do this”.

(104 Points).

Andrew Jefford. (Decanter Online).


“One of the best second wines, and possibly the best since the 1990 is the 2010 La Dame de Montrose. This represents 36% of the production and is a blend of two grapes – 64% Cabernet Sauvignon and 36% Merlot. A superb second wine, opulent and substantively textured, it shares more in common with a flamboyant, exuberant year such as 2009 than most 2010s. Dense purple, its oodles of fruit, luxurious mouthfeel and terrific finish make it a sleeper of the vintage. It’s a wine to buy in abundant quantities and drink over the next 10-15+ years”.
(94 Points).

Robert Parker. (The Wine Advocate.  March 2013).

“Tasted blind at the Southwold Bordeaux 2010 tasting. The La Dame de Montrose 2010 has a very well defined bouquet with beautifully assimilated oak: perfumed scents of blackcurrant, blueberry and pastilles. The palate is medium-bodied with a crisp entry: firm and quite rigid tannins, fine acidity and a bullish structure on the finish to suggest that this needs long-term cellaring. This surpasses all my expectations. Tasted January 2014″.
(93 Points).

Neal Martin.  (RobertParker.com  February 2014).


” Montrose’s second wine has something of the same gravity as the top wine from the estate. It shows firm tannins as well as black currant fruits. These flavors are followed by spice, leather and drying tannins. It does have a sense of elegance that promises well for its mid-term aging”.
(93 Points).

The Wine Enthusiast.  (March 2013).

Auction History

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Highest bidder was: rread

Date Bid User Auto
2020-02-27 10:21:37£66.00rread
2020-02-11 16:34:57£61.00mikeloten
2020-02-11 16:34:57£58.00spilru Auto
2020-02-11 16:34:41£45.00spilru Auto
2020-02-11 16:34:41£40.00mikeloten
2020-02-10 09:15:09£5.00spilru
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