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Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol

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Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Médoc - Léobourg Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Médoc - Léobourg

Intense nose of blackcurrant aromas with vanilla and spicy notes. Good concentration on the palate, with well-integrated tannins. Persistent and delicate oaky finish. Partly aged in oak for 3 months.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Bordeaux White - Petite Nancy Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Bordeaux White - Petite Nancy

Intense and complexe nose of tropical fruit aromas (mango, passion fruit, pineapple) and vanilla notes. Nice lively and rich attack with citrus notes on the aftertaste.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Thomas Barton Réserve Saint-Emilion Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolThomas Barton Réserve Saint-Emilion

This wine is the ultimate homage to Thomas Barton who came to Bordeaux from Ireland in 1725. He quickly became the most important wine merchant in Bordeaux having built a solid reputation among faithful customers all over Europe, who recognized his expertise and know-how. The spirit of Thomas Barton has been perpetuated in this prestigious wine. The packaging reflects the classic elegance of the 18th century: a typical “flacon bordelais” bottle – a short capsule – a long cork – and a sober label mentionning the name of the shipper and the appellation. Expressive nose full of red berry aromas (strawberry, raspberry) as well as cocoa notes when agitated. On the palate, the wine is harmonious, with ripe fruit flavours (blackberry jam) and well integrated soft tannins. Long and smooth finish.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Saint-Emilion - Roi Chevalier Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Saint-Emilion - Roi Chevalier

Seductive nose dominated by hints of black and red fruits (blackberry, black cherry, strawberry). Delecious and elegant on the palate with silky tannins. A warm and fruit driven aftertaste.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Bordeaux Red - Cuvée Rambaud Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Bordeaux Red - Cuvée Rambaud

Expressive note of small black fruits (blackberry, blueberry) with delicate roasted notes. Fruit driven on the palate, supported by well-integrated tannins. A long and spicy aftertaste. Partly aged in oak for 6 months.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol M de Magnol Bordeaux Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolM de Magnol Bordeaux

Intense nose with aromas of ripe red berries (redcurrant, wild strawberry, raspberry) combined with notes of mint and dark chocolate when agitated. On the palate the wine is fruit driven, well balanced with a good texture, velvety tannins and a long aftertaste. Partly aged in oak.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Thomas Barton Réserve Graves Blanc Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolThomas Barton Réserve Graves Blanc

This wine is the ultimate homage to Thomas Barton who came to Bordeaux from Ireland in 1725. He quickly became the most important wine merchant in Bordeaux having built a solid reputation among faithful customers all over Europe, who recognized his expertise and know-how. The spirit of Thomas Barton has been perpetuated in this prestigious wine. The packaging reflects the classic elegance of the 18th century: a typical “flacon bordelais” bottle – a short capsule a long cork – and a sober label mentioning the name of the shipper and the appellation. The wine has a flattering nose with hints of tropical fruit, litchi and pineapple. Nice floral notes appear when agitated. On the palate, this Graves Blanc is seductive, fine and elegant with lots of fruity aromas and a long and refreshing aftertaste.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Sauternes - Nectar d'Or Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Sauternes - Nectar d'Or

Complex, fine and elegant nose with pineapple and apricot aromas combined with notes of acacia and honey. On the palate the wine is smooth, persistent and fruity (candied orange).

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Barton & Guestier Margaux - Terrasses des Dames Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolBarton & Guestier Margaux - Terrasses des Dames

Complex nose combining intense black fruit aromas with hints of licorice and vanilla. Generous on the palate with a suple texture and velvety tannins. A fruity, round and delicious finish. Aged in oak barrels for 8 months.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Thomas Barton Réserve Margaux Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolThomas Barton Réserve Margaux

This wine is the ultimate homage to Thomas Barton who came to Bordeaux from Ireland in 1725. He quickly became the most important wine merchant in Bordeaux having built a solid reputation among faithful customers all over Europe, who recognized his expertise and know-how. The spirit of Thomas Barton has been perpetuated in this prestigious wine. The packaging reflects the classic elegance of the 18th century: a typical “flacon bordelais” bottle – a short capsule – a long cork – and a sober label mentioning the name of the shipper and the appellation. The wine is complex on the nose mixing fresh aromas of red and black berries. When agitated delicate toasty and smoky notes appear. On the palate, the texture is velvety , with ripe and smooth tannins and a long finish. Aged in French oak barrels for 12 months (of which 30% new).

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Château Magnol Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolChâteau Magnol

Château Magnol is the heart of Barton & Guestier! In addition of being a great wine, Chateau Magnol is also the company head quarters, a guesthouse and a wine school: the B&G Food & Wine Academy. Château Magnol is an elegant and fruity Cru Bourgeois wine, from the Haut-Médoc appellation. The property counts 30 (75 acres) hectares and is located close to Bordeaux on the left bank of the Gironde river, where it benefits of a micro-climate thanks to its proximity to the Atlantic ocean and the estuary. The soil consists of gravel and sand and the plantation proportions stand to 46% Cabernet Sauvignon, 39% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot. The average age of the vines is 22 years. The wine is made according sustainable farming rules and Chateau Magnol was certified "High Environmental Value" - level 3. No sulphites are used during the vinifications. The wine is aged in 350-ltr oak barrels for a smooth exchange between oak and wine, during 12 months.

Barton & Guestier - Château Magnol Thomas Barton Réserve Privée Bottle Preview
Barton & Guestier - Château MagnolThomas Barton Réserve Privée

This wine is the ultimate homage to Thomas Barton who came to Bordeaux from Ireland in 1725. He quickly became the most important wine merchant in Bordeaux having built a solid reputation among faithful customers all over Europe. He was very much of a pioneer in the Médoc and earned a great deal of respect for his winemaking expertise and intimate knowledge of this famous region. Thomas Barton Réserve Privée Médoc reflects his skill and reputation. The packaging reflects the classic elegance of the 18th century: a typical “flacon bordelais” bottle – a short capsule – a long cork – and a sober label mentioning the name of the shipper and the appellation. Viticulture: Old vines (over 25 years old). Low yields (30 hl/ha), hand tending, green harvest and careful selection by different parcels and “terroir”. Frequent controls of the vineyard throughout the year by our wine-makers. Hand picking into small boxes to avoid crushing. First selection of the grapes directly in the vineyards, second selection by hand on modern vibrating tables in the cellars. Barrel ageing: Ageing in 100% new oak barrels for 18 months (only French oak from the Limousine area, 24 months of seasoning). Barrels before using for Thomas Barton Reserve are wine-soaked for 3 months with another wine to liberate the oak from their hard tannins. At the same time the wine benefits from a perfect micro oxygenation which gives the delicacy on this wine. Tasting notes: Intense, powerful nose of black cherry and blackcurrant. When agitated, strong spicy and liquorice notes appear. Full, rich, seductive on the palate with present but smooth tannins and a long fruity and spicy aftertaste.