The wines of Saint-Émilion

The wines of Saint-Émilion are rich and varied.
They generally display a ruby colour with garnet glints.

On the nose, they are complex and dense, have lovely finesse and express notes of red berry fruit and sometimes hints of peony.
The aromas gradually develop and increase with notes of oak ageing, such as spices, toast and chocolate

On the palate, the wines have very good structure and fine, solid tannins and superb length of flavour, followed by a fruity, flavoursome finish.
Saint-Émilion wines, especially the Premiers Grands Crus Classés, have very good ageing capacity.

Château TrotteVieille,
Grand Vin of Château

The “Grand Vin”, a Saint-Émilion Grand Cru and a Premier Grand Cru Classé since 1955, is renowned for its finesse and ageing potential. It displays an attractive deep red colour and a powerful, elegant nose with aromas of red and black fruits.

On the palate, the tannins are harmoniously balanced, the structure is good, while notes of green pepper and spices often come through. This great Saint Emilion offers a lovely, long, fruity and flavour some finish.

Dame de TrotteVieille, the Second Wine of Château TrotteVieille.

The Second Wine, also a Saint-Émilion Grand Cru, is highly appreciated for its elegance and harmony. It shows a garnet hue, while the nose is rich, fruity and floral with notes of oak and coffee coming through. On the palate, the wine is fresh, delicious to taste, with round tannins and notes of red berry fruit. Like the First Wine, it has superb length of flavour.

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