Château Trotanoy, Pomerol et Lalande-de-Pomerol. This illustrates that thought the name meant in Old French word too anoia "or" too boring "(when working the land) is located on one of the best exposed portions of the famous plateau of Pomerol and was acquired in 1953 by the firm Jean-Pierre Moueix, since operators. The soil mix - half of them serious based on clay and half deep black clay - on a bed of iron dross, giving the wine both power and depth and a complexity. The vineyard Chateau Trotanoy partly saved by the dramatic frosts of 1956, is approaching an average age of 35 years. It is cultivated in the traditional way (regular plowing, thinning, stripping) and picked up ideally in two or three afternoons. Fermentations take place in cement vats and the young wine is then aged in oak barrels, half of which is renewed annually. . Castle Trotanoy among the most sought after wines of the appellation and can be kept for decades in the great vintages. .