Domaine Montrose

The estate is named after its location with vines planted on the sides of two volcanoes – Montrose and Montredon, and also for the rose coloured blossom of the almond trees bordering the property.
The Domaine is run by father and son Bernard and Oliver Coste, and the family have been winemakers for more than 300 years. The salamanders on the label have been the family crest since 1701, when on the 1st July of that year Joseph Alazard received a crest featuring three salamanders from King Louis XIV’s counsellor. As a tribute to their ancestor the three lizards appear on all Montrose bottles.
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