Champagne Barnaut Clos Barnaut Bouzy Rosé Caisse de 3 Bouteilles 2006

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Last but not least comes Le Clos Barnaut, this rare wine that is made only from Le Clos Barnaut itself. If you haven’t see the video in which Phill... Read more

Last but not least comes Le Clos Barnaut, this rare wine that is made only from Le Clos Barnaut itself. If you haven’t see the video in which Phill... Read more

This wine is not made every year by any means. Philippe insists on making it only in the warmest years so as to achieve the quality he is looking f... Read more

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Snooth User: PSeconde
82590737
5.00 5
05/29/2011

Last but not least comes Le Clos Barnaut, this rare wine that is made only from Le Clos Barnaut itself. If you haven’t see the video in which Phillippe Secondé explains all about Le Clos, you’ll find it on our site. We thought we’d leave the final word to Philippe: "The Culmination of 25 Years of Experience" During my wine studies in Burgundy under the guidance of those great teachers Jean Siegrist et Max Léglise in Beaune and Professeur Michel Feuillat from the university of Dijon, I became absolutely convinced that wine must be allowed to express the purity of the soil and the fruit from which it comes and that man’s role is to interfere as little as possible to bring this about Our champagnes are recognised for their purity and for the consistancy of their quality and Barnaut has become known as a pioneer in the development of non-dosé champagne as well as in the production of rosé de macération. In the Revue du Vin de France in June 2010, Denis Saverot finished his editorial with the lines you can find below. After 25 years of debates, sometimes heated, with many an "experienced taster" or " guru of the wine trade" especially about the use of wood in the production of our Bouzy Rouge, I finally feel that I have got my message across. "I’m sitting here at my desk and sipping a glass of coteaux champenois. It’s a Bouzy Rouge 2002 by Edmond Barnaut and it’s an absolute miracle. Every nuance of this delicate and subtle wine, its gentle colour, its aromas of wild strawberries and undergrowth, each one is a revelation for the senses. The wine is light yet deep and sensual. I take a look at the label.... Only 12% abv. That’s what it’s all about and now it’s time to clear out the vulgar mass of heavy, over-cooked, and ponderous wines."


Snooth User: PSeconde
82590737
0.00 5
05/29/2011

Last but not least comes Le Clos Barnaut, this rare wine that is made only from Le Clos Barnaut itself. If you haven’t see the video in which Phillippe Secondé explains all about Le Clos, you’ll find it on our site. We thought we’d leave the final word to Philippe: "The Culmination of 25 Years of Experience" During my wine studies in Burgundy under the guidance of those great teachers Jean Siegrist et Max Léglise in Beaune and Professeur Michel Feuillat from the university of Dijon, I became absolutely convinced that wine must be allowed to express the purity of the soil and the fruit from which it comes and that man’s role is to interfere as little as possible to bring this about Our champagnes are recognised for their purity and for the consistancy of their quality and Barnaut has become known as a pioneer in the development of non-dosé champagne as well as in the production of rosé de macération. In the Revue du Vin de France in June 2010, Denis Saverot finished his editorial with the lines you can find below. After 25 years of debates, sometimes heated, with many an "experienced taster" or " guru of the wine trade" especially about the use of wood in the production of our Bouzy Rouge, I finally feel that I have got my message across. "I’m sitting here at my desk and sipping a glass of coteaux champenois. It’s a Bouzy Rouge 2002 by Edmond Barnaut and it’s an absolute miracle. Every nuance of this delicate and subtle wine, its gentle colour, its aromas of wild strawberries and undergrowth, each one is a revelation for the senses. The wine is light yet deep and sensual. I take a look at the label.... Only 12% abv. That’s what it’s all about and now it’s time to clear out the vulgar mass of heavy, over-cooked, and ponderous wines."


Snooth User: PSeconde
82590737
4.50 5
Vintage: 2002 05/29/2011

This wine is not made every year by any means. Philippe insists on making it only in the warmest years so as to achieve the quality he is looking for. The wine is macerated for an exceptionally long period, as much as 10 days , to produce a wine that is complete, well-structured and ready to age. In the mouth ripe red fruits such as raspberries and blackcurrants come to the fore And there’s also a slightly woody touch despite no oak being used during production. Still red wine is made in quite a few villages in Champagne but none has quite the reputation of the red wine from Bouzy and in Bouzy Barnaut’s Bouzy Rouge ranks amongst the best. To really enjoy this Bouzy Rouge at its best you can do no better than to drink it with full flavoured foods such as charcuterie and game, although it’s also delightful with a selection of red fruits


Snooth User: steve1000
8911145
4.00 5
Vintage: 1999 04/27/2009

Big. Excellent quality. Best bottle of Barnaut yet. A sure sign that grower (Récoltant Manipulant) Champagnes have indeed arrived. Ageable and more than worthy of your cellar, this vintage Barnaut continued to impress me right to the end of the bottle. Vintage Grand Crus from small producers now compete with any big name champagne house--don't just reach for the names you recognize! If you are unfamiliar with the farmer champagne revolution, read the complete argument in support, (by Terry Theise) in the Skurnik Wine catalog from 2006.


Snooth User: Christy Canterbury MW
106010061,263
4.00 5
Vintage: 1975 06/09/2012

Love the winery's description of this wine: "for every occasion, from tea time to dawn"! Lightly chewy with tasty baguette yeastiness and simmered Jonagold apples, the zesty acidity contributes seamless balance.


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