The winery was founded in the 17th century by the Montalier family. In 1800 Ferdinand Auguste de Lur-Saluces marries a descendant of the founders, Marie Thérèse Gabrielle de Montalier, who for a time shares her fortunes with the famous wine family, the Lur-Saluces of the Château d'Yquem. In 1855 the estate changed its name to Château Romer and was classified as Deuxième Grand Cru Classé.
Robe of antique gold, almost orange. Exotic nose with spicy accents of ripe fruit. In the mouth is an explosion of freshness and exceptionally expressive aromas. Fruit macerated on the finish, with flavors of orange peel and sweet spices.
It goes well with foie gras, Roquefort, like spoon desserts. A combination sui generis for real daring? An oriental preparation, like sweet and sour chicken and ginger.