ELLE À TABLE Concours des Vins 2021 : Médaille d’OR
Tom Mullen – FORBES Magazine : 95
Aromas of blackberries, mahogany, black pepper and wet leaves. A complex, joyful, gorgeously layered taste of rich red and black fruits, Dutch licorice, cumin, pepper, chocolate and a sliver of mandarins. Non-obtrusive tannins meld well with the acidity. Impressive overall.
DECANTER : 92
A sizeable structure makes this pretty subdued right now, but it opens to show measured and attractively paced black fruits, combined with sappy mineralogy, crushed stone and slate. Enjoyable.
Drinking window : 2023 – 2038
James Suckling : 92-93
A very fine-grained and beautiful red with dark-berry and chocolate character, medium body and a juicy finish. Nicely integrated.
Antonio Galloni : 90-93
The 2018 Trianon packs a serious punch. Cedar, tobacco, dried flowers and leather add a good deal of aromatic and flavor intensity to this potent Saint-Émilion. There is no shortage of nuance or complexity to this juicy, flavorful Saint-Émilion. The 2018 has a terrific energy and fruit purity to it.
Jeb Dunnuck : 91-93
Deeply colored, the 2018 Château Trianon has a big kick of minerality as well as complex notes of chocolate covered black cherries, dried earth and spice. Medium to full-bodied, perfectly balanced and with a great mouthfeel and finish.
Weinwisser : 17/20