Situated just next door to Chateau Montrose, this is an understated but charming St Estèphe that shows the elegant, moderately concentrated, yet nicely structured and balanced style of the vintage.
From a convent in 1662 to a consistently over achieving winery - The wine of Meyney Castle has exceptional qualities due to the careful care given to the vine and the sustainable viticulture respecting the environment
Gifted with incredible terroir, shared exceptional neighbours including Montrose, Phélan-Ségur & Calon-Ségur.
The 2019 is a solid, muscular wine, featuring streaks of tar and bay leaf mixed with dark plum and black currant preserve flavors. The finish is underscored by a warm paving stone note, which adds cut, drive and a hint of old school. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot.
James Suckling : 92/100
Cellaring suggestion: Enjoyable now (preferably decant for 1 hour) or cellar up to 15 years