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Domaine Bart possesses one of the oldest and most famous appellations in the Bourgogne, namely Chambertin Clos de Bèze. Bart is the cousing of Bruno Clair and both are descendants of the legendary Clair-Daü domaine, one of the top producers in Burgundy of a past generation. They both inherited the vineyards and continue to produce great wines, each with their own philosophy and style.
This rosé wine is quite special. This rosé is made of the Pinot Noir grape, mainly used for red wines. Bart’s grand father was in 1919 among the first in the region to produce this type of wine. Mainly because the market for reds, usually more expensive, was virtually non-existent after World War One. But selling rosé allowed him to stay afloat. This wine possesses fresh acidity also found in the red wines of the region. The wine is tight, so no plummy and sweet summer rosé commonly drank at barbeques or at the beach ; this wine presents itself best between 10 and 12 degrees and can perfectly be paired with dishes such as chicken or porc (ham !).