• Twenty-five sub-terroirs, three grape varieties and altimeters that vary over several tens of metres
  • The highest point of the region, culminating at 110 metres
  • 43 hectares altogether, one of the appellation’s largest vineyards
  • Merlot 85% – Cabernet Sauvignon 13% – Cabernet Franc 2%
  • A global environment designed over time
  • A dozen horses that roam up and down the vineyards between March and November
  • Sustainable soil valuation analyses by Lydia and Claude Bourguignon, since 2007
  • Preservation of the biodiversity for more than 20 years thanks to the hedges, the forests and the walls that shelter the fauna
  • A vineyard created in 1700, a château built in 1745
  • A surname: that of Raymond-Théodore Troplong who shaped the identity and the configuration of the estate and that of his nephew, Edouard, who added his surname onto the existing one, thus creating Troplong Mondot.
  • Charismatic figures, such as Christine Valette, embodied the freedom of spirit, the determination and the elegant generosity for which the property is still renowned.
  • An enduring commitment towards our environment, a respectful vision that has been thoroughly conveyed season after season, to prepare the future.
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