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In 1778, Etienne Théodore Dumoulin bought a piece of moorland belonging to the Ségur family at auction. Suspecting that vines could be grown there, he gradually cleared the land and planted the first hectares of Montrose. The Château's vines cover a vast, homogeneous area of land along the Gironde, on a siliceous-gravelly hilltop, above a superbly exposed clay-marl layer. 2nd wine: Dame de Montrose.
After manual harvesting, the grapes are sorted before being poured into temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. Alcoholic maceration lasts about 30 days. The Grand Vin de Montrose will be aged in barrels, 70% new, for 18 months.
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