Appellation
Barsac

Frais & boisé
Frais & boisé

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A unique festival of aromas in the world. Over 50 aromas combine to give birth to a unique cascade of aromas.

Geographical location

Its liquourous wines come from Barsac town, on the left bank of the Garonne, about forty kilometers south of Bordeaux.

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The varieties

Its grapes are Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle.

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They are vinified

They are vinified according to tradition, in small volumes, for 12 to 18 months, in vats or barrels depending on the crus.

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The harvest

Its harvest is manual and helps harvest carefully the perfect ripened grapes, for successive selection. It’s an unlikely alliance of nature and men that gave birth to Barsac.

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Barsac appellation

What you must remember

The appellation has many classified Crus since 1855, divided into two categories:

Premiers Crus : Châteaux Coutet et Château Climens

Second Cru : Châteaux Myrat, Doisy-Daene, Doisy-Dubroca, Doisy Védrines, Broustet, Nairac, Caillou.

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A unique festival of aromas in the world. Over 50 aromas combine to give birth to a unique cascade of aromas.

We savor...

during an aperitif with friends, with chips and tapenade ... as well as an accompaniment to the most delicate dishes and typical of terroirs.

It is surprising

The Barsac producers have the right to be a part of either Barsac or Sauternes appellations!

We visit the region

Barsac is a part of Sauternes community. We go for the beauty of its landscapes to cross the Garonne and Ciron, to contemplate its magnificent châteaux and walk on its Gallo-Roman road. Barsac, it's just the pleasure of discovering an appellation small in size but great in history and fame.

Cartes appellations Graves Supérieures Cérons Barsac Sauternes Bordeaux Supérieur Côtes de Bordeaux Saint-Macaire Sainte-Croix-du-Mont Loupiac Cadillac Premières Côtes de Bordeaux Les Bordeaux Supérieur