The 2006 Château Montus is a red wine made by Château Montus from Madiran based on the best cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon and tannat from 2006 and shows an alcoholic strength of 12%. The 2006 Château Montus is the ideal red to combine with meat.
2006 Château Montus (Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc)
At the foot of the Pyrenees, 100 km from the Atlantic Ocean, at the crossroads of the regions of Bigorre, Béarn and Armagnac is Madiran region. Marked by the Gallo-Roman and famous from the S. XVIII, the Madiran is one of the most beautiful descriptions of the South-West of France (DOC 1948).
In the 80s, when Alain Brumont took over the family business, everyone started the Tannat variety vinification considered difficult because again too powerful wines and tannic. At that time, the region of Madiran strayed denominations in developing but not without future.
With his team, Alain Brumont accepts the challenge: out of the shadows its terroir and grape variety, Tannat.
With tenacity, he seeks the best terroirs of the region, makes a considerable research and study, multiply the experiences. and invents and the Madiran nobleman.
Alain Brumont reveals the potential and nobility of Tannat, but always respecting the style of Madiran.