This 2014 red wine is made from pure merlot grape and is aged over an 18 month period. The Chateau Haut-Tropchaud Pomerol is located between Trotanoy and Petrus, with his prestigious name but without official classification, Haut-Tropchaud has always been part of the undisputed group of the best Pomerol.
Ed Feret (Bordeaux and its wines 1929) in its classification of Pomerol wines located
Haut-Tropchaud among the first cru.
This wine red appellation Pomerol is produced on a vineyard with an area of 2 hectares by Chateau Haut-Tropchaud. The average age of the vines is 60 years. The harvest for this wine is 100% manual.
Owned by Michel Coudroy since 1987, this tiny 2 hectare vineyard is located in the heart of Pomerol.