Château Trotanoy 2011 - Lot of 6 Bottles
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Château Trotanoy 2011

  • Black fruit
  • Gastronomic wine
  • Wine for ageing
  • Color: Red
  • 14.50 %
  • Classic
  • Classic

One of Pomerol's figurehead appellations, located just alongside Petrus: a particularly seductive, deep and powerful wine. More info

  • Quantity: 6 Bottles
  • Level:6 into-neck
  • Label: 6 good appearance
  • Country/Region: Bordeaux
  • Appellation/Wine: Pomerol
  • Producer/Owner: SC du Château Trotanoy
  • More information....

Château Trotanoy serve at a temperature of 16°C. It will pair perfectly with the following dishes: Côtelettes de chevreuil, Filet dagneau en croûte, Grive aux raisins.

Peak: Drink until 2037

  • Vintage score: 16/20
    • 92+/100Wine Advocate (Parker/Martin)
    • 94/100Wine Spectator
    • 15,5/20Jancis Robinson
    • 16,5/20RVF
    • 17,5/20Le Point
    • 90/100J.-M. Quarin

    What the experts say...

    "Think black cherries, earth, baking spices and serious extract!" R. Parker (04/2014)

    Lot presentation
    Château Trotanoy

    Cuvée presentation

    The property's vines, with an average age of 25 years, escaped the frosts of 1956, but many of them were weakened, and a vast replanting programme was initiated in the 1970s. As a result, the wines produced in the 1980s were lighter. Vinified using the same methods as Petrus, the wines are matured for 12 to 18 months in oak barrels, with a percentage of new wood that varies from 50 to 66% depending on the year. Unfiltered before being bottled, the wines present a remarkable richness and intensity, developing aromas of cherries and raspberries. Extremely consistent even in lesser vintages such as those of the 1970s, Trotonoy has now returned to its former glories and since 1995 has been snapping at the heels of Petrus at tastings.

    Information about domain Château Trotanoy

    The vineyard was created in the mid-17th century by the Fontemoing family, Libourne wine merchants who owned several other properties, including Château Canon. They were followed by the Giraud family, and at the end of the 17th century the wine was known as Pomerol-Giraud Cru de Trotanoy. The name Trotanoy comes from a characteristic of its exceptional terroir: a mixture of clay-gravel and clay soil. In dry, hot periods, the high proportion of clay would cause the soil to become rock-hard and difficult to work, earning it the name trop ennuy (too much trouble). In the 19th century, the domaine covered 25 hectares, but sales, splits and and inheritances reduced it to half this size by the late 1920s. After the war, Trotanoy was sold to the Pecresse family and then to Jean-Pierre Moueix in 1953.

    Detailed characteristics

    • Quantity: 6 Bottles
    • Level: 6 into-neck
    • Label: 6 good appearance
    • Origin: Private individual
    • Recoverable VAT: No
    • Original Wooden Case: Yes
    • French customs seal: yes
    • Alcohol percentage: 14.50 %
    • Country/Region: Bordeaux
    • Appellation/Wine: Pomerol
    • Producer/Owner: SC du Château Trotanoy
    • Vintage: 2011
    • Color: Red
    • Peak: Drink until 2037
    • Service temperature: 16°
    • Viticulture: Conventional
    • Size (in ha): 7
    • Volume: 33000 bottles
    • Intensity: Classic
    • Dominant aroma: Black fruit
    • Tasting occasion: Gastronomic wine
    • Grape variety: 85% Merlot, 15% Cabernet franc

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    iDealwine price estimate
    Château Trotanoy 2011

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    • Current auction price estimate(1)
      Château Trotanoy 2011

    • €11973
    • €14490 Highest price:
    • €11666 Lowest price:

    • Latest auction prices

    • 12/03/2020 : 116€66
    • 09/01/2020 : 122€80
    • 14/11/2019 : 136€92
    • 17/10/2019 : 144€90
    • 24/01/2019 : 158€08

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