Nov 17, 2022
The difference between old-world and new-world wineries is embedded in the story of Chateau Trianon. The Hebrard family was deeply tied to the famed Cheval Blanc in Saint Emillion but was forced to sell under certain legal ties to the property. This is real Bordeaux history.
Dominque Hebrard searched for the perfect replacement for his love of wine and through discreet connections, uncovered Chateau Trianon. What is so special? This is the property that Louis the XIV called "refuge privé" (private refuge) as it was an homage to Castle Versailles.
Timothée Hebrard is next in line and takes his role seriously as the heir apparent to what is a historical property in the premium district of Saint Emilion.
The wines were incredibly coaxing and with a few more vintages under their belt, these wines will be exquisite.