Description/ Tasting NotesInky/blue/purple along with a rich, sumptuous perfume of black olives, lavender.
Winery Info/ Brand
The vineyards of Trotanoy were first planted in 1761 and even at the start of the 19th century, the Bordeaux wine of Trotanoy was well respected and Chateau Trotanoy can produce some of the finest wine in the Pomerol appellation. In 1953, Jean-Pierre Moueix acquired the winery, and at the heart of its soil, the grapes planted age well and display complexities, opulent personalities and silky textures seldom found in almost any Bordeaux wine. The wine offer a unique, sensuous profile with a beautiful purity of fruit.
Region Info/ Origin
The Pomerol region is located at the northern border where viticulture was present in the area during the time of the Romans. Though it is uncertain as to the origins of the name "Pomerol", but it is speculated that the word was derived from the Latin word poma, which refers to a fruit bearing seeds and is the origin of the French word pomme, meaning apple. This theory is supported by the region's long history of polyculture with many other crops, particularly fruits and grains, being cultivated in the area long before viticulture became a primary focus.