Chateau Troplong Mondot 1999

16% | 75cl

RM 942

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Chateau Troplong Mondot offers a unique style. It’s thick and rich in the mouth, but never heavy. The sensuous wine offers scents of dark plums, licorice, blackberries, coffee, spice, dark cherries, stone, chocolate, flowers and blackberry liqueur. More sensuous than elegant on the palate, there is an intensity of flavors, coupled with the ability to age and evolve. Chateau Troplong Mondot is best served at 15.5 degrees Celsius, 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The cool, almost cellar temperature gives the wine more freshness and lift.

  • Colour: Inky in color, the wine opens with smoke, espresso, dark chocolate covered plums, cherries and wet earth, Lush in texture, opulent in character
  • Nose: Licorice, smoke, black cherry, plum and crushed rocks create the nose. On the palate, the wine is full bodied, sweetly authentic and luxuriously textured.
  • Finish: Powerful, full, rich and with real depth of flavor. More aromatic complexity and balance over power and ripeness in the wine. The wine was produced from a blend of 85% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Cabernet Franc, reaching 16% alcohol.


Chateau Troplong Mondot 1999

Chateau Troplong Mondot 1999 has a long and colorful history in St. Emilion that dates back to the 17th century. In those days, what we know as Troplong Mondot was the property of Abbe Raymond de Seze. It was de Seze, who created the beautiful chateau that remains at Troplong Mondot today. When the chateau was being constructed in 1745, the Seze family were already established in the Bordeaux wine community. In fact, they owned several different properties in St. Emilion in those days.

Jumping ahead about 100 years, the namesake of the estate purchased vineyards. In 1850, Raymond Troplong became the owner of this Right Bank estate. Following in the custom of the time, the new owner, Troplong combined the name of the land with his last name and came up with Troplong Mondot. During his tenure at Troplong Mondot, he increased the size of their vineyard until it reached the exact size it remains today. Eventually, the estate was sold to the well known negociant, Georges Thienpont from Belgium.

Three years later, Georges Thienpont purchased another property, Vieux Chateau Certan in the neighboring appellation of Pomerol. Needing money after obtaining Vieux Chateau Certan, in 1936, Thienpont was forced to sell Troplong Mondot. The property at that time passed into the hands of Alexander Valette. Like Georges Thienpont, Alexander Valette was a well known Bordeaux negociant. Chateau Troplong Mondot remained a family owned property since 1936, until 2017.

The 37 hectare vineyard of Troplong Mondot is planted to 85% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Cabernet Franc. Troplong Mondot occupies great terroir situated on top of the Saint Emilion plateau and slopes, at an elevation that allows views of the entire St. Emilion village. 26.5 hectares of the vineyard are currently classified with First Growth status. The newly added 4 hectares of vines came from the purchase of Clos Labarde and Mondote Belile. The elevation at the highest point reaches over 100 meters at the top of the plateau, which is the highest point in the entire Saint Emilion appellation.


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Saint Emilion