04/03/2016

Barton & Guestier

Barton & Guestier: heading for 300 years of Character, Knowledge, Art of Living

Barton & Guestier Héritage

Barton & Guestier: heading for 300 years of Character, Knowledge and Art of Living.


Héritage
At the occasion of its 290th anniversary, Barton & Guestier, the oldest wine merchant established in Bordeaux, has launched Héritage, the ultimate wine brand.
For almost 300 years, Barton & Guestier has been successful in keeping the tradition of selecting, making, bottling and shipping the best quality wines from France.
These wines were those produced at Margaux, Lafite, Haut Brion when the cellar masters were adding their final touch to the wine. Barton & Guestier 1st cellar master, Germain Rambaud was shaping the best wines of the 18th century.
Today, we want to make the most of this traditional background while being innovative.
Héritage is non vintage in order to offer consistency in style and quality, like Champagne, like Cognac, like single malt Whiskies.
Stylewise, Héritage is a Rhône blend, made from the best Grenache and Syrah grapes, which is the fastest growing category for fine wines around the world.
Héritage is the result of 300 years of expertise in winemaking and a fantastic promise for the future of the brand.
Available in dedicated outershippers of 6x75cl.
RCSP: US$19.99 / 15.00 €.



La Villa Barton Côtes de Provence in Magnums
La Villa Barton is a premium Côtes de Provence AOC vinified and bottled in our estate close to Saint Tropez.
It refers to the place where Thomas Barton, the founder of the oldest wine merchant established in Bordeaux, liked to relax when he was traveling through France to discover the wonderful diversity of French wines. With its seductive, refined and eye-catching packaging, this wine is ageing on fine lies, which enables to develop its complexity and provides its well-balanced structure.
La Villa Barton is available in 6 x 75 cl and 6 x 150 cl cases
RCSP for 75cl: 20 €.


New worldwide photocompetition
From April to December 2016, fans of Barton & Guestier worldwide also have a chance to win a winelovers trip for two to France, with a stay at Chateau Magnol. In addition to being an important AOC Haut-Médoc, Cru Bourgeois wine, Château Magnol is also the company’s headquarters, a guesthouse and a famous wine school: the B&G Food & Wine Academy. As from April all the entry details will be on the company’s brand new website www.barton-guestier.com and Facebook page www.facebook.com/bartonguestier, as well as on neckhangers that will be applied on a selection of B&G’s wines.


About Barton & Guestier
Founded in Bordeaux in 1725 by the Irishman Thomas Barton, Barton & Guestier has developed a premium brand strategy based on AOC and Varietal wines from the main French wine growing regions: Bordeaux, Loire, Burgundy, Beaujolais, Rhône Valley, Languedoc, Provence and Gascony. With almost three centuries of experience, the brand's expertise guarantees constant quality and style, and reassures consumers in an increasingly complicated market. Innovative and informative packaging, as well as modern communication tools make Barton & Guestier wines accessible for consumers in over 130 countries.


Keep up with the latest news at Barton & Guestier on www.barton-guestier.com.


Press contact :
Philippe Marion
Barton & Guestier
philippe.marion@barton-guestier.com
(33) 6 63 72 16 52


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