Château TREYTINS Lalande de Pomerol
"For 3 and nearly 4 generations, the Nony family has been managing its vineyard producing Château Treytins in the Lalande de Pomerol Appellation, northeast of Bordeaux."
Léon Nony established the Château Treytins estate in the 1950’s, but its vineyards were planted in the 19th century by the Count de Kermartin.
After Léon Nony’s death in 1959, his son, Michel, then his grandson, Jean-Marc, continued his work building up the vineyard estate.
In the 1990’s, the vat room and cellars were extended and completely renovated to incorporate new techniques and the latest thinking in terms of vinification and ageing, while preserving traditional know-how.
Château Treytins, vinified to a fruity style, receives the full benefit of the regulated temperatures in this air-conditioned winery.
The selection from 36 hectares of vines planted in varied soils (clay, gravel, clay-gravel).
Average age of vines
Around 30 years old
Around 6 000 vines/ha
Double Guyot pruning, bud removal, sustainable soil enrichment, leaf thinning, green harvesting if necessary, ploughing, managed grass cover, harvesting when the grapes reach perfect maturity.
Vine treatments only if necessary (with preference given to more environmentally-friendly products and application methods), effluent treatment, the use of local suppliers when possible, and selective waste management.
Plot selection, sorting of the harvested grapes, full destemming, fermentation in stainless steel temperature-controlled vats, control of the maceration process and vinification temperatures.
In concrete tanks, stainless steel vats and barrels. Fining if necessary.
Predominantly Merlot (over 60%), complemented by Cabernet Franc and a small proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon.
40 000 to 80 000 bottles approximately dependingon the vintage. Bottled at the château.
Best drinking time
Between 3 and 10 years depending on the vintage and personal preferences.
Direct sales partnerships with importers in all countries, and direct sales to the general public, wine stores and restaurateurs in France.
The vintages of Château Treytins LdP
Click on a vintage below to access its data sheet:
Château TREYTINS LdP 2017
Château TREYTINS 2017, Lalande de Pomerol : Bronze Medal - 87 pts
Plums and prunes, touched by cabernet franks leafiness; Earthy and spicy finish.
London International Wine Challenge, 08/05/2019, UK
Château TREYTINS LdP 2016
Château TREYTINS 2016, Lalande de Pomerol : Bronze Medal
Earthy fruit aromas lead to an expressive and expansive palate that will reward cellaring to fully appreciate its depth.
London International Wine Challenge, 10/05/2018, UK
Château TREYTINS LdP 2015
Château TREYTINS 2015, Lalande de Pomerol : Gold Medal - 88 pts
Gorgeous, fairly deep ruby hue. Delectably fruity with red berries on the nose. Fruity and forthright on entry with nice volume and lovely evolution over the palate, followed by a well-balanced and fairly long finish. The perfect, well-made wine.
Guide des Vins Gilbert & Gaillard 2019, France
Château TREYTINS 2015, Lalande de Pomerol : Silver Medal
Concours de Bordeaux Vins d'Aquitaine, 31/05/2017, France
Château TREYTINS 2015, Lalande de Pomerol : Commended
London International Wine Challenge, 12/05/2017, UK
Château Treytins LdP 2014
Château TREYTINS 2014, Lalande de Pomerol : Silver Medal
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2016, Belgique
Château Treytins LdP 2013
Château TREYTINS 2013, Lalande de Pomerol : 86/100 - Gold
Subtle evolution in its colour. Underbrush with jammy red and black fruits on the nose. Mature, balanced palate, showing ripe fruit flavours and freshness. Soft tannins. A ready-to-drink Lalande, perfect for steaks with a wine sauce.
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2016, France
Château TREYTINS 2013, Lalande de Pomerol : Gold Medal
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2015, Belgique
Château Treytins LdP 2012
Château TREYTINS 2012, Lalande de Pomerol : Gold / 86 pts
Deep garnet color. Ripe nose of toasted oak with underlying notes of wild berries. Very supple mouthfeel with silky tannins, showcasing pure fruit wrapped in oak aging aromas. A straightforward wine, with good length. Enjoy with red meat.
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2015, France
Château Treytins LdP 2011
Château TREYTINS 2011, Lalande de Pomerol :
This merlot-dominated blend from the appellation next to Pomerol is a classic year after year. Ripe red fruits with underbrush and cedar tones are always present in the glass. An approachable and nicely crafted wine, as always.
Tout Sur Le Vin, Frédéric Arnould, 08/12/2015, Canada
Château TREYTINS 2011, Lalande de Pomerol : Bronze Medal
Sexy, appealing, plum, violet. Gentle, seductive, deep black fruit, plush. Fine, dry tannin. A serious style.
London International Wine Challenge 2013, UK
Château Treytins LdP 2010
Château TREYTINS 2010, Lalande de Pomerol : Silver Medal
Depth of colour and densely rich. Balsamic nose and crunchy tannins. Nice structure
London International Wine Challenge 2012, UK
Château TREYTINS 2010, Lalande de Pomerol : Bronze Medal
Concours de Grands Vins de France – Mâcon 2012, France
Château Treytins LdP 2009
Château TREYTINS 2009, Lalande de Pomerol
Most of the 2009 Bordeaux wines possess a rich, unctuous and fruit-forward character, and Château Treytins 2009 is no exception. It is a lovely wine. Chewy on entry. Well-integrated oak. Flavourful.
La Presse de Montréal, 12/01/13, Canada
Château TREYTINS 2009, Lalande de Pomerol : Bronze Medal
Ripe rich fruit with good structure and length. Will mature nicely.
London International Wine Challenge 2011, UK