Vignobles Roy-Trocard, Château Mancèdre 2016, Pessac-Leognan white

Vignobles Roy-Trocard, Château Mancèdre Pessac-Leognan Bordeaux white wine from Sauvignon blanc and Semillon grape variety,  which we understand how it has won the gold medals for this s 2016 vintage.  It is what best describes its colour, intense pale gold.  The aromatic potential is very interesting with citrus fruits, peach and white flowers. On the palate a lot of freshness and subtlety. A wine that can age and will develop lovely aromas with time.

Its a must try

High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines
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Wine category
Aromatic White Wine
Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines, Sustainable
Product code

Food pairing



Onion, Garlic, Shallot
Delicate Buttery Cheese

Delicate Buttery Cheese

Brie, Camembert, Époisses, Burrata


Porcini, Shitake, Oyster Mushroom, Button Mushroom
Nutty Hard Cheese

Nutty Hard Cheese

Gruyere, Comte, Emmental,


Lobster, Crab, Shrimp, Langoustines
White Meat

White Meat

Chicken, Pork, Chop, Tofu
The producer
Vignobles Roy-trocard

Vignobles Roy-trocard

The history of the Roy-Trocard family begins nearly 400 years ago, in 1628.

It was in this year that the family acquired its  first vines in the locality of Libourne near Bordeaux. Since 1628, each generation has produced a wine-grower; the vineyards handed down through fifteen generations of the men and women of the Roy-Trocard family.

Over the years, the family has built up 70 hectares of vines spread over three properties and four appellations :Château Jeandeman in AOC Fronsac, Château Laborde in AOC Lalande de Pomerol, Château Mancèdre in AOC Pessac-Leognan and La Piecelle in AOC Bordeaux Superieur.

For the last twenty years, the vineyards of Roy-Trocard have been cultivated using sustainable viticultural methods.
The objectives of this approach are:
• To promote a viticulture which both respects the environment and is economically viable.
• To maintain bioversity in the viticultural ecosystem.
• To preserve and encourage the long-term health of the soils.
• To assure the production of high quality wines.

In order to do this, we endeavour to use only naturally occurring  treatments for both our soils and our vines.