Introduction :The French name Trianon has an elegant and refined ring. Château Trianon’s land is located south west of Saint-Emilion. The estate first appears in records dating back to the 17th century. An intendant of French King Louis 14th, himself a great lover of Saint-Emilion wines, calling them “Nectar of the gods”.
About the vineyard : Dominique Hébrard formerly co-owned Château Cheval Blanc, which had been in his family since 1832. He was a member of its board from 1991 to 1999, and was responsible for the vineyard, wine making and marketing of wines. In December 2000, he bought Château Trianon, a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, which now has an area of 14,5 hectares (34,6 acres) and undertook its reorganisation and renovation as well as the development of its brand.
Region : Bordeaux
Appellation : Bordeaux Superieur
Grape Variety : 80% Merlot – 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Colour : Red
Agricultural practices : Sustainable
ABV : 14.5%
Ageing : Selection of the best « terroirs » of the estate. In temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. 100% oak barrels for 9 months.
Tasting notes: A wine respectful of the environment, generous, rich, consensual, to be savoured in every moment. Medium/full bodied with beautiful notes of red fruits and spicy notes in the finish.
Serving temperature : 16°C
Food pairing : This is a festive wine, easy-drinking wine which goes well with barbecue, cheese platter, red meat, chicken and cheese.