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Bed and Breakfast at Château Troplong Mondot – Saint Emilion

B&B at Château Troplong Mondot – Set in the heart of the renown Troplong Mondot Chateau’s vineyards, Les Belles Perdrix is located on the Butte de Mondot north east of Saint-Emilion (33 Gironde, Nouvelle Aquitaine)Chateau Troplong Mondot wine label

Ch Troplong MondatA charming cottage in the middle of the vines offers a chic countryside atmosphere for up to two people in one of two double rooms with bathroom bathroom, both facing the village of Saint-Emilion. A living room is also available.

Free wifiEach soundproofed room has classic décor and is equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a DVD player. All rooms have a private bathroom with luxury products. Some rooms have free Wi-Fi access. Swimming Pool in summer.

At Château Troplong Mondot you can dine in the classy gastronomic restaurant or on the terrace where the chef prepares a gastronomic cuisine using fresh seasonal and local products.

Vh Troplong Mondot bottleChateau Troplong Mondot signChâteau Troplong Mondot is classified as Saint Emilion Première Grand Cru Classé  amongs the top rated wine Chateaux in Saint Emiion. The grapes are grown on extensive vineyards rich in limestone clay soils.Powerful, well-structured with pronounced complex tannins,its deep aromas of truffles and blackberries develop over time.
The Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site:
Closed for renovation in 2018.

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Viticulture was introduced to this fertile region of Aquitaine by the Romans, and intensified in the Middle Ages. The Saint-Emilion area benefited from its location on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela and many churches, monasteries and hospices were built there from the 11th century onwards. It was granted the special status of a ‘jurisdiction’ during the period of English rule in the 12th century. It is an exceptional landscape devoted entirely to wine-growing, with many fine historic monuments in its towns and villages.