Wine Barton & Guestier, "Passeport" Cotes-du-Rhone AOC, gift box with glass
Wine bright cherry color.
Rich and strong taste of wine filled expressive berry shades.
The rich aroma of wine is made up of notes of cherries, spices and tobacco.
Wine is served to the first dishes, red meat, cheese.
"Passeport" Cotes-du-Rhone - spicy red wine, which is produced from the grape varieties Grenache and Syrah, harvested in the south of the Côte du Rhône. The wine has excellent balance and a beautiful structure, it is recommended to red meat.
Vintage 2013 - Gold Medal from the "Guide Gilbert & Gaillard";
vintage 2012 - Silver Medal competition "Japan Wine Challenge, 2013";
Vintage 2011 - The bronze medal contest "International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2012";
Vintage 2002 - bronze medal contest "Star Wine Competition, 2005";
Vintage 2001 - bronze medal contest "Star Wine Competition, 2005";
Vintage 2001 - Bronze Medal Contest "Atlanta International Wine Challenge";
Vintage 2000 - Gold medal of the competition "Grands Vins de France Wine Competition, 2002";
vintage 1998 - Silver Medal competition "Atlanta International Wine Summit Competition".
For a pleasant visual perception of red wine "Passport" Côte du Rhône is decorated in golden gift box and glass, supplied, invites to get acquainted with a drink. So elegant a present please a loved one, demonstrate your fine taste and give the owner a set of pleasant moments memories.
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.