Flowers, fresh herbs, truffles and an assortment of red berries characterize this deep, silky, polished and long wine that finishes with a long, sweet, silk-filled red berry and chocolate finish.
Chateau Trotanoy Chateau Trotany
The vineyards of Trotanoy were first planted in 1761. The property was owned in its formative years by the Giraud family, who were very successful land owners in the Right Bank of Bordeaux. At the start of the 19th century, the wines were sold under the name of Pomerol Giraud Cru de Trotanoy. Even in those early days, the Bordeaux wine of Trotanoy was well respected. In fact, it was considered to be one of the top wines of the entire appellation. Only Vieux Chateau Certan was held in higher regard.