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Château TREYTINS Montagne Saint-Emilion


Léon Nony established the Château Treytins estate in the Lalande de Pomerol Appellation 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

In 1997, the Nony family acquired vineyards in the Montagne Saint-Emilion Appellation, which it expanded in 2007, Château Treytins Montagne Saint-Émilion was born.

The vineyards are planted with a majority of Merlot, as well as Cabernet Franc and a bit of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Freshness and elegance, supple tannins and a warm finish are all part of the appeal of this award-winning wine.



Soil type

Slightly more than 5 hectares on soils ranging from sandy-loam to gravel located partially on a hillside.

Average age of vines

Around 30 years old

Planting density

Around 5 500 vines/ha 

Vineyard management

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.


Sorting of the harvested grapes, full destemming, fermentation in temperature-controlled vats, control of the maceration process and vinification temperatures.


In concrete tanks, stainless steel vats. Fining if necessary.


Predominantly Merlot (over 85%), complemented by Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.


20 000 to 40 000 bottles depending on the vintage. Bottled at the château.

Best drinking time

Between 3 and 8 years depending on the vintage and personal preferences. 

Sales strategy

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 MStE

Click on a vintage below to access its data sheet :

2016          2015          2014          2013          2012          2011          2010          2009

The Press

Château Treytins MStE 2018

Château TREYTINS 2018, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 88 - 90

Spice, underbrush, leather, and gamey fruits all emerge from the 2018 Château Treytins. It’s pretty and elegant on the palate, with moderate concentration yet a weightless, seamless texture. With good freshness and an already complex style, it’s going to drink nicely right out of the gate., Jeb Dunnuck, 01/05/2019, USA


Château TREYTINS 2018, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 87/100

Soft, ripe raspberry and wild strawberry notes are here less intense than some of its peers in the vintage. It has fairly high oak notes - a little too much for this style of fruit in my opinion., Jane ANSON, 04/04/2019, UK


Château TREYTINS 2018, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 88-89 pts

Fresh and easy red with blueberry, currant and floral aromas and flavors. Medium body. Bright finish., James SUCKLING, 11/04/2019. USA

Château Treytins MStE 2016

Château TREYTINS 2016, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Gold Medal

Concours Général Agricole, Paris 2018, France



Château TREYTINS 2016, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 14.5/20

Black fruit, smooth on the palate, very ripe black fruit, soft tannins in the first sequence, but a bit more punchy on the finish, straightforward.

Le Point n°2332, 18/05/2017, France


Château TREYTINS 2016, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 90-91 pts

A solid core of ripe fruit, fresh and minerally highlights and a tannic and chewy finish. Barrel maturation will make this more refined. Interesting young wine.

James Suckling,, 24/03/2017. USA

Château Treytins MStE 2015

Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 88 pts

Lots of black cherry, fruit cake, dried herbs, and a touch of earth all emerge from the 2015 Treytins, which is made with consulting advice from Michel Rolland. With fine tannin, medium-bodied richness, moderate acidity, and a character filled personality, it’s a gem from this small Saint-Emilion satellite appellation., Jeb Dunnuck, 30/11/2017, USA


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Gold Medal

Sakura Japan Women's Wine Awards 2019, 05/03/2019, Japan


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne-Saint-Emilion : Silver Medal

Challenge International du vin (Bourgeais-Blayais), 27/04/2018, France


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 87 pts

On the palate this is a wine with some stuffing and substance built on sound, firm fruit and a fleshy texture with generous, chocolatey tones.

Decanter, 01/04/2018, UK


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Silver Medal - 86 pts

Deep ruby hue.  A deep and inviting nose of red and black fruit.  Superb upon entry to the palate, with long-lingering and gorgeous quality fruit.  The solid structure remains discreet. Lovely build.

Guide des Vins Gilbert & Gaillard 2019, France


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Bronze Medal

Rounded spicy fruit in a bold style with a savoury herbal complexity.

London International Wine Challenge, 12/05/2017, UK


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne-Saint-Emilion : Bronze Medal

Concours Général Agricole, Paris 2017, France


Château TREYTINS 2015, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 88-89 pts

A balanced and sincere red with nut, walnut and ripe fruit character. Medium to full body. Simple, James SUCKLING, 04/04/2016, USA

Château Treytins MStE 2014

Château TREYTINS 2014, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 1 Star

The Nony family, originally from the Corrèze region, has owned Château Garraud, a leading wine estate in Lalande, since 1939. The vineyards of Treytins, straddling the Lalande and Montagne AOCs, were added to the property in 1997. Jean-Marc Nony, the grandson of the founder, Léon Nony, is at the helm today. After a long 18 months’ ageing in vat, the fruit really comes through in this pleasant Montagne, the result of the Merlot and the two Cabernets planted in gravelly soil: aromas of red fruit (strawberries, raspberries) and black fruit (blackcurrants) dominate throughout and nicely complement the fresh palate, with silky, melted tannins.

Guide Hachette 2018, September 2017, France


Château TREYTINS 2014, Montagne-Saint-Emilion : Silver Medal

Challenge International du Vin - Bourg 2017, France


Château TREYTINS 2014, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 90 pts

Aromas of dark cherries and stones follow through to a medium body, firm and polished tannins and a wet-earth and chocolate aftertaste. Délicious wine now, but on that will improve over the next five years.

James Suckling,, 13/02/2017. USA

Château Treytins MStE 2013

Château TREYTINS 2013, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 85/100 - Gold

The colour shows a subtle evolution character. Beautiful ripe aromas on the nose, with jammy fruits (plum, redcurrant) and fresh underbrush nuances. Good tannic grip and very ripe flavours. Fresh finish. Needs time.

Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2016, France


Château TREYTINS 2013, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 86-88 pts

The 2013 Treytins is a perfumed, silky wine laced with kirsch, mirabelle plums, wild flowers, mint and sweet spices. The layered, expressive finish is particularly of note.

Vinous, Antonio Galloni, April 2014


Château TREYTINS 2013, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 13,5 pts /20

Red fruits, floral notes, liquorice, lovely fine-grained tannins, loads of juicy fruit character, smooth finish.

Le Point n° 2175, Jacques Dupont, May 2014, France

Château Treytins MStE 2012

Château TREYTINS 2012, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Gold / 84 pts

Deep, garnet color. Aromas of ripe red and black fruits, with a vegetal character in the background. Plush, ripe mouthfeel showing good aromatic ripeness. Classic, yet straightforward and typical. Ready to drink.

Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2015, France


Château TREYTINS 2012, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Bronze Medal

Concours de Bordeaux 2014, France


Château TREYTINS 2012, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 14 pts/20

Plush, unctuous, fully ripe black fruits, round, soft tannins, discrete oak ageing, loads of fruit.

Le Point n° 2122, Jacques Dupont, 2013, France

Château Treytins MStE 2011

Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 4 glasses

Expressive nose showing exuberant fruity aromas of blueberries, blackcurrants and blackberries along with some floral tones. Full-bodied, with round, ripe tannins, great freshness, and a long finish. Classic, well-made, with good aging potential.

Guide Hubert 2016, Hélène Durand, France


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 86 pts

Lovely red colour, quite dense. Good depth with intense aromas of black fruits. Pleasant volume on the palate, showing fine tannins. Clean expression of fruit along with great freshness. Well made, already approachable.

Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2015, France


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Silver Medal

Concours Général Agricole, Paris 2013, France


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Silver Medal

Concours de Bordeaux 2013, France


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Bronze Medal

Fresh dark berry aromas, plummy fruit core, complemented by a grippy and consistent finish.

London International Wine Challenge 2013, UK


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 15 pts /20

Fruity nose, smooth palate, quite soft with a fine fruity character, not overwhelmingly extracted, quite elegant in style.

Le Point N°2070, Jacques Dupont, May 2012, France


Château TREYTINS 2011, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 84-85 pts

Chewy tannins with some blueberry and mineral character but turns hollow on the finish.

James Suckling,, 2012, USA

Château Treytins MStE 2010

Château TREYTINS 2010, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 86 pts /100

Lovely dark colour, bright red highlights. Good depth of black fruits that develops slowly. Lovely texture, ripe tannins, and pure fruit flavours of blackcurrant leading to a delicately bitter, liquorice-tinged finish.

Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2014, France


Château TREYTINS 2010, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 4 glasses

A nice blend of ripe red berry fruits and sweet spices on the nose along with a lovely mineral character. Elegant, vibrant, lingering, fresh and balanced mouthfeel.

Guide Hubert 2012, Hélène Durand, France


Château TREYTINS 2010, Montagne Saint-Emilion : Bronze Medal

Garnet. Light nose with blackcurrant + ceddar hints. Plummy hints on the palate. Fine-grained but firm tannins.

London International Wine Challenge 2012, UK

Château Treytins MStE 2009

Château TREYTINS 2009, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 14,5 pts /20

This Merlot-dominant red wine delivers a touch of liquorice on the nose, all in an easy-drinking style. The round tannins bring a mouthful of charm.

Guide RVF des meilleurs Vins à moins de 20 euros, 2014, France


Château TREYTINS 2009, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 13,5 / 20

Red fruits, floral notes, liquorice, lovely fine-grained tannins, loads of juicy fruit character, smooth finish.

Le Point N° 2175, Jacques Dupont, mai 2014, France


Château TREYTINS 2009, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 84 pts /100

Young looking, lovely deep red colour. Open nose of underbrush and game. The palate is soft and harmonious, with more fruit showing through. Hints of oak and liquorice on the slightly firm yet balanced finish. 

Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2013, France


Château TREYTINS 2009, Montagne Saint-Emilion

The Vignobles Léon Nony - famously known in Lalande de Pomerol for the Château Garraud wine - bought this estate in 1997. Renovation has been done in the winery where the metal tanks have been replaced by thermoregulated stainless steel tanks. This bright garnet 2009 offers aromas of black fruits with spicy undertones. The firm but classy tannins sport a friendly roundness with fruity flavours. Enjoy it now with a roasted guinea fowl.    

Guide Hachette 2013, France


Château TREYTINS 2009, Montagne Saint-Emilion : 13,5 pts/20

Purple colour, subtle oaky notes. Fine volume on the palate with no harshness, showing finesse and elegance. Fine integrated tannins. 

Guide Bettane & Desseauve des Vins de France 2012, France