On the right bank of Bordeaux, where most of estates do not exceed 10 hectares, Château Troplong Mondot boasts one of the largest estates in the Saint-Émilion appellation. Founded in 1700, the Premier Grand Cru Classé Château Troplong Mondot produces one of the most beloved wines of Saint-Émilion.
A benchmark among the finest wines in Saint-Emilion, Château Troplong Mondot watches over a 43-hectare vineyard, all in on piece, that is poised at an altitude of 110 metres. The vineyard is entirely managed using integrated viticultural practices. The vines are 30 years old on average and are cultivated on clay-limestone soils, a typical feature of the appellation.
Cabernet Sauvignon (8%)
Cabernet Franc (5%)
A beautiful garnet-red colour with a fine amber border.
The rich and complex nose blends fruity (black fruits) and mentholated fragrances with smoky and liquorice notes.
Powerful, concentrated and full-bodied, the palate is seduced by this wine’s full and velvety tannins that stretch to a long and generous finish. A great wine for ageing
Deep garnet in color, the 2010 Troplong Mondot explodes with beautiful floral notes of red roses and candied violets over a core of plum preserves, kirsch and blueberry pie with a waft of bouquet garni. Full-bodied, rich and decadently fruited, it has bags of plush tannins and just enough freshness, finishing very long and sinfully hedonic.