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Château Troplong Mondot 2007, France

Rating
92.00
Year
2007
Region
Saint-Emilion
Type
Red
Varietal
Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon
Food Pairing
prime rib, roast beef
Price
$115

The late author and Canadian historian Pierre Berton once told me that Troplong Mondot was one of his favourite wines. A red Bordeaux from the Saint-Emilion appellation, this 2007 vintage is a smooth blend of mostly merlot with some cabernet sauvignon. It offers up a strong note of blueberry with a luscious mocha character as well as minerals and smoke. It should age beautifully for at least a decade and would be perfect with prime rib or roast beef.

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Beppi Crosariol writes about wine and spirits in the Globe Life and Style sections.He has been The Globe's wine and spirits columnist for more than 10 years. In the late 1990s, he also wrote a food trends column called The Biting Edge.Beppi used to cover business law for ROB and previously edited the paper's weekly technology section. More

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