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Troplong Mondot 1991

Chateau Troplong Mondot


It is because of vintages such as 1991 and 1992 that Christine Fabre-Valette was one of my "winemakers of the year" in 1993. In both of these tough years, Troplong-Mondot has produced a successful wine. In a disastrous vintage for Pomerol and St.-Emilion, the 1991 Troplong-Mondot stands out for its medium dark ruby color, and spicy, ripe nose of cassis, vanillin, licorice, and toast. With elegant, medium-bodied, attractive, rich flavors, this supple, well-endowed wine should drink well for 4-6 years.


€ 740

 October 2015

Chateau Troplong Mondot

Chateau Troplong Mondot is a winery based in Bordeaux, France, from the appellation of Saint Emilion on the right bank. It holds the status of Premier Grand Cru Classe B as regulated by the Classification of Saint Emilion Wine.

The entire estate of Chateau Troplong Mondot stretches over 33 hectares, with the grape selection as follows: 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc. Troplong Mondot did not gain widespread recognition until recent years, and many put down the success to the Chateaus collaboration with Michel Rolland.

Chateau Troplong Mondot churns out around 10,000 cases on an annual basis; it also releases a second wine labeled Chateau Mondot since the vintage 1985, with allocation of 800 cases a year.

10,000 cases

Premier Grand Cru Classe (B)

Saint Emilion/Right Bank

34 hectares

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