2017 Château Trottevieille

$1,314.00
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Estimated dispatch from Sydney warehouse: December 10, 2022
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Wonderfully perfumed with decadence and richness, showing crushed berries, fresh flowers, wet earth, orange peel and peaches. Mushrooms, too. Full-bodied, yet very tight and reserved with ultra-fine yet strong tannins. It goes on for minutes on the palate, giving a balanced and beautiful feel all along the way. A blend of 56% cabernet franc, 43% merlot and 1% cabernet sauvignon. Try after 2023 and onward.
James Suckling
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96 Points
James Suckling
Wonderfully perfumed with decadence and richness, showing crushed berries, fresh flowers, wet earth, orange peel and peaches. Mushrooms, too. Full-bodied, yet very tight and reserved with ultra-fine yet strong tannins. It goes on for minutes on the palate, giving a balanced and beautiful feel all along the way. A blend of 56% cabernet franc, 43% merlot and 1% cabernet sauvignon. Try after 2023 and onward.
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95 Points
Jacques Perrin - Vinifera
Très classique dans l’approche avec des nuances d’agrumes, de fruits rouges rôtis. Attaque surprenante de vinosité et de plénitude pour le cru, on devine de la concentration de vieilles vignes, des peaux mûres, le vin et dense, classieux dans ses tanins, parfumé, long, hyper racé. Grand.
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94 Points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW - Wine Advocate
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2017 Trotte Vieille gives up notes of baked plums, stewed black cherries and dried mulberries with touches of spice cake, chocolate box and new leather with a waft of cedar. Medium to full-bodied, the palate has great density and weight with a firm level of rounded tannins and lovely freshness, finishing on a compelling mineral note. Drinking Window : 2023 - 2048
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94 Points
Roger Voss - Wine Enthusiast
Always a serious style of wine, this vintage has added intense fruits as well as tannins. Its concentration and dry core promise long aging while its fruit weight and fine acidity result in a bright finish. Drink from 2024.
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94 Points
Jane Anson - Decanter
This has an impressive balance, hugely powerful with textural raspberry, redcurrant and bilberry fruit - a lovely autumnal register. There is even more Cabernet Franc in here than usual, and it stands out for its austerity, but that is to be expected at this stage, and the zip and bounce suggest it will age very well. Harvested 21-26 September. 100% new oak. Drinking Window 2025 - 2038
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92 Points
Antonio Galloni MW - Vinous
The 2017 TrotteVieille is a deep, beguiling and super-intriguing wine. Mocha, tobacco and spice start to emerge from the glass. There is good depth overall, but the oak imprint is strong to the point of being overpowering.
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91 Points
Neal Martin - Vinous
The 2017 TrotteVieille was impacted by the frost, more the Merlot than the Cabernet Franc according to Frédéric Castèja. It was picked between 21 and 26 September. It has a tightly wound bouquet with black cherries, cedar, juniper and a light seawater aroma. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin, quite structured in the mouth with plenty of tobacco-infused, black peppery dark fruit towards the finish with quite a long peppery aftertaste thanks to the Cabernet Franc.
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90 Points
Jeb Dunnuck
The 2017 Château Trotte Vieille comes from the upper plateau and is 55% Cabernet Franc, 44% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s a pretty, elegant, incredibly floral wine (no doubt due to the high Cabernet Franc) that’s medium-bodied, balanced, and silky. It’s aging in 100% new French oak, but it certainly doesn’t taste like it, and it shines for its purity of fruit, fine tannin, and undeniable elegance.
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