In the 17th century Troplong and a number of other St Emilion properties was owned by Raymond Desèze, a local abbot and it was Desèze who built the château of Troplong Mondot. It was, however, only a century later that the property gained its current name when a Raymond Troplong appended the name of the locale to his surname and hung it over the door. The estate was subsequently sold to a Belgian by the name of Monsieur Thienpont. Thienpont bought Vieux Château Certan a few years later, having to sell Troplong to fund the purchase. In 1936, Troploong was sold to Alexander Valette and it remained in the Valette family until the death of Christine Valette in 2014. It was Christine who, since taking the reins in 1980, had thoroughly modernised the property, bringing in Michel Rolland as consultant. In 2017, Troplong was bought by insurance company SOCR for a record price.
Case of 12 Bottles
price shown is under bond
duty paid price: £2,300.14
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"The 2005 Troplong Mondot is simply magnificent. Rich, opulent and beautifully layered in the glass, the 2005 is another wine that takes hold of all the senses with its engaging personality and sheer sensory overload. Black fruit, mocha, bittersweet chocolate, new leather and spices flesh out in a captivating, riveting wine that shows the modern style of Bordeaux at its very best. This is a pure pleasure bomb." Antonio Gallloni
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