Château Troplong Mondot dates back to 1745. At that time, Abbé Raymond de Sèze brought great renown to the Mondot estate. In 1850, Raymond-Théodore Troplong bought this...Lire la suite
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Château Troplong Mondot dates back to 1745. At that time, Abbé Raymond de Sèze brought great renown to the Mondot estate. In 1850, Raymond-Théodore Troplong bought this Saint-Émilion wine estate. He enlarged Château Troplong Mondot. In 1981, Christine Valette-Pariente manages the estate with Michel Rolland. In 2006, this Bordeaux red wine became a premier Grand Cru classé B de Saint-Émilion. Since 2017, the Scor group has owned this Saint-Émilion estate. Harvesting is done by hand to preserve whole grapes.
Location of Château Troplong Mondot
The Château Trolong Mondot estate is located in the village of Saint-Émilion, Gironde. The vineyards of this Saint-Émilion appellation lie at an altitude of 100 meters, on the Mondot hillock and on the Côte de Pavie. The soil is composed of flint, clay and limestone. The 43-hectare vineyard is planted in a single block and benefits from rich soil. Located on the right bank of Bordeaux, Château Troplong Mondot is one of the few Saint-Émilion estates of more than 10 hectares.
Wines of Château Troplong Mondot
Château Troplong Mondot produces two top-quality red wines. The premier Grand Cru classé B Château Troplong Mondot is composed of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This red wine is well-structured, powerful and generous. Château Troplong Mondot has an intense red color. To reach its peak, this Bordeaux wine must be aged in the cellar for more than ten years before tasting. The estate's second wine is Mondot, made from Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.