Located in the municipality of Saint-Émilion, the estate covers 16 hectares (39,54 acres), of which 14,5 hectares (35,83 acres) are vines, featuring sandy clay soils over iron-bearing rock with red gravel on the surface of some plots.
The land where wine is king !
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".
The grape varieties grown here are classic with one surprise: 80% Merlot, 14% Cabernet Franc, 4% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Carmenere. This old variety native to the Bordeaux area, that is no longer grown in significant quantities in the region, contributes to the uniqueness of our wines.
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