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Historical Wines

Winemaking in a historic winegrowing area

When the Irishman Thomas Barton arrived in France in 1725, he settled in the historic winegrowing area of Bordeaux. For more than 250 years Barton & Guestier has proved its expertise in this region.

In 1919, Barton & Guestier created Prince Noir which is still a worldwide bestseller today. For many consumers 1725 Bordeaux Réserve is and will stay a flagship.

All Barton & Guestier's historical brands are produced with respect for traditional methods and have their own true character, which make them an ideal accompaniment to everyday meals.

1725 Bordeaux Réserve

1725 Bordeaux Réserve

1725 Bordeaux Réserve reminds the date and the place of birth of the Barton & Guestier company.

1725 Bordeaux red:
Grapes
: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting notes: Cherry red colour. Fine and elegant nose with red berries aromas and nice spicy notes. Well balanced, round on with a long and generous finish.
Wine fact sheet

1725 Bordeaux Réserve

French Tom AOCs

Tradition and history

French Tom is a tribute to Thomas Barton, nicknamed "French Tom" and to the historic wine growing area of Bordeaux where he settled in 1725.

French Tom Bordeaux red AOC
Grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon.
Tasting notes: Deep garnet red colour. Flattering and intense nose with black fruits aromas, toasty and peppery notes. Soft tannins, well balanced with a long and fruity finish.
Wine fact sheet

French Tom

Prince Noir

Prince Noir

Historical Wines

Winemaking in a historic winegrowing area

When the Irishman Thomas Barton arrived in France in 1725, he settled in the historic winegrowing area of Bordeaux. For more than 250 years Barton & Guestier has proved its expertise in this region.

In 1919, Barton & Guestier created Prince Noir which is still a worldwide bestseller today. For many consumers 1725 Bordeaux Réserve is and will stay a flagship.

All Barton & Guestier's historical brands are produced with respect for traditional methods and have their own true character, which make them an ideal accompaniment to everyday meals.

1725 Bordeaux Réserve

1725 Bordeaux Réserve reminds the date and the place of birth of the Barton & Guestier company.

1725 Bordeaux red:
Grapes
: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting notes: Cherry red colour. Fine and elegant nose with red berries aromas and nice spicy notes. Well balanced, round on with a long and generous finish.
Wine fact sheet

1725 Bordeaux Réserve1725 Bordeaux Réserve

French Tom AOCs

Tradition and history

French Tom is a tribute to Thomas Barton, nicknamed "French Tom" and to the historic wine growing area of Bordeaux where he settled in 1725.

French Tom Bordeaux red AOC
Grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon.
Tasting notes: Deep garnet red colour. Flattering and intense nose with black fruits aromas, toasty and peppery notes. Soft tannins, well balanced with a long and fruity finish.
Wine fact sheet

French Tom Reserve Bordeaux

Prince Noir

Classification:AOC Bordeaux Grape varieties:

Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting notes:

Full-bodied and well-balanced on the palate with a long peppery aftertaste.

Food matches:

Red meat, poultry, strong cheese
Serve at 16-18°C

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Wine fact sheet

Prince Noir
Barton & Guestier

Barton & Guestier / Château Magnol
87 rue du Dehez - BP 30 - 33290 Blanquefort Cedex - FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)5 56 95 48 00 - Fax: +33 (0)5 56 95 48 01
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