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2012 Chateau Troplong Mondot Saint-Emilion
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About Chateau Troplong Mondot

Southeast of the Mondot hill, overlooking the town of St. Emilion lies Chateau Troplong Mondot. Named for its location and its former proprietor, Gerus Troplong, this estate has been home to viticulture since 1745.

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2012 Chateau Troplong Mondot Saint-Emilion

Producer: Chateau Troplong Mondot
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Merlot
Origin: France
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: Saint Emilion

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91-93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2013

(90% merlot and 10% cabernet sauvignon; 14.3% alcohol; 31 hectoliters per hectare; roughly 75% of the total production went into the grand vin):  Inky purple.  Ripe aromas of cassis, stewed plum, dark cocoa, coffee and fresh herbs on the showy nose.  On the palate, more ripe dark fruit and chocolate flavors are complicated by vanilla and coffee notes.  This very powerful wine comes across as rich and velvety, and finishes with a trace of alcoholic heat.  It will be appreciated more by fans of high-pH, internationally styled wines than by Bordeaux classicists.

93 Points | Wine Spectator
96 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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About Bordeaux

Bordeaux is the planet's largest source of fine wine, the model for Cabernet Sauvignon- and Merlot-based wines around the globe. Bordeaux wines are considered by many wine connoisseurs to be the world's greatest reds.

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Merlot enjoyed a surge in popularity in the 1990s as consumers suddenly discovered that they could enjoy aromas and flavors similar to those of Cabernet in a fleshier, softer wine with smoother tannins. A wave of Merlot plantings followed, frequently in soils and microclimates completely inappropriate for this variety, and the market was soon...
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