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Taming Château Trotanoy: Wines from 1998 to 2018 

Jane Anson traces the evolution of this Pomerol classic and offers extensive tasting notes on top vintages, following a masterclass at the Decanter Bordeaux Fine Wine Encounter in London.

Does Château Trotanoy take its name from ‘trop ennui’, meaning the soil is too difficult to work, or ‘trop tannique’, meaning too tannic?

Read Jane Anson’s Bordeaux 2018 verdict


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