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More evolved and sexy, the 2003 La Dame de Montrose possesses a deep plum/garnet color and notes of jammy black currants, cherries, and dusty, loamy soil undertones. Deep and medium- to full-bodied with low acidity and ripe, fully melted tannins, it can be enjoyed now and over the next 7-8 years. Drink: 2014-2022; Tasted: Aug 2014; Rating: 89 Points; The Wine Advocate 214; Robert Parker



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