Classification:Appellation Bordeaux Contrôlée
Grape Varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
Region: Bordeaux, Entre Deux Mers
2011 vintage: 4 glasses (4/5) - Guide Hubert 2013 (French wine guide)
2009 vintage: 81/100 score - Gilbert & Gaillard (France) February 2011
Brilliant intense red colour with purple highlights.
Fruit driven with an explosion of red berries and minty notes when agitated.
Soft and full on the palate. Harmonious wine with a long and fruity aftertaste.
Red meat, poultry, strong cheese
Serve at 16-18°C
BARTON & GUESTIER APPELLATIONS
Barton & Guestier has successfully upheld the tradition of selecting, vinifying, bottling and shipping the fine French Appellation wines to more than 130 countries.
Laurent Prada, B&G head winemaker, and his team work daily in partnership with almost 150 winegrowers to produce the 19 wines of our collection of the greatest French Appellations: Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Beaujolais, Bourgogne, Rhone Valley and Provence.
All the wines are made of grapes grown in specific areas, with a strict control of grape varieties, yields and winemaking methods. Depending on the Appellation, wines are aged in oak barrels or in stainless steel vats. B&G winemakers monitor all the steps of the process including pruning, harvesting, vinification, ageing, blending and bottling.