Wine Barton & Guestier, "Reserve" Cabernet Sauvignon, Pays d'Oc IGP
Reviews of purchase Barton & Guestier, "Reserve" Cabernet Sauvignon, Pays d'Oc IGP
Wine of bright ruby color.
Deep, refreshing taste of wine has a pleasant shade of black currant.
Fruity fragrance contains notes of plum wine, cassis and spices.
Wine is a good combination with sharp meat dishes, served with meat grill, pasta and cheese.
Series B & G Reserve Varietals presented varietal wines created by a team of winemakers Barton & Guestier led by Laurent Prada from grapes produced by 30 partners winegrowers from Languedoc, Gascony and the island of Corsica.
"Reserve" Cabernet Sauvignon - dry red wine with a complex aroma and pleasant taste. Wine is made from grapes of Cabernet Sauvignon grown in the Languedoc region.
vintage 2013 - Silver Medal competition "National IGP Competition - Concours National Vins d'IGP";
vintage 2012 - a bronze medal competition "Decanter Asia Wine Award, 2013";
Vintage 2012 - Bronze Medal Contest "Japan Wine Challenge, 2013";
vintage 2012 - a bronze medal competition "International Wine Challenge";
vintage 2011 - a gold medal of the competition "Prague Wine Trophy, 2013";
vintage 2009 - a gold medal of the competition "Mundus Vini, 2010";
vintage 2009 - a gold medal of the competition "Concours Général Agricole de Paris, 2010";
Vintage 2008 - Bronze Medal Contest "Japan Wine Challenge, 2010";
vintage 2007 - the nomination "The best Cabernet Sauvignon" competition "Top 100 - Vin de Pays";
vintage 2007 - Silver Medal competition "Concours Mondial Bruxelles, 2009";
Vintage 2007 - bronze medal contest "International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2008".
Barton & Guestier - the first French wine brand, which has almost three hundred years history in the wine business, which is known to millions of consumers around the world. Skill and experience of winemakers in conjunction with the traditions and innovative technologies from one year to guarantee wines of high quality products.
It all began in 1725 when Thomas Barton left Ireland and moved to Bordeaux. He founded the company, which was engaged in freight wines, spices and other goods, and already in 1747, the company is considered the first in Bordeaux. Thomas also became the first vinoperevozchikom owning his own winery. In 1802, the grandson of Thomas - Hug Barton and French trader Daniel Hestia together and founded the company Barton & Guestier, which today is a benchmark of fine French wines.
The company's products a wide variety of delicious blame, which are known on five continents in 130 countries, which is the best proof of the success of Barton & Guestier.