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A medieval town, Saint Emilion was classified as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1999.
Saint Emilion is a beautiful winegrowing region where, for nearly 1,000 years, generations of men and women have devoted themselves to producing an exceptional wine.

It is with the benefit of this rich heritage, and with a view to preserving our ancestors’ legacy, that we perpetuate the winegrowing tradition at Château Barde-Haut. In this 250-year-old property, we are enthusiastically committed to working to high standards to offer great wines from past, present and future vintages.

Because we are living in a period of change, in which the future depends on how we live and consume products, and because we can all play a role on our own scale in this change, the use of renewable resources has been one of our priorities in the management of this modern, responsible winegrowing operation.

所有这些因素的配合使得葡萄藤可以应对极端情况,并且超越自我生产出浓郁,高集中度的果实。这些果实的表达便勾勒出了圣爱美浓(Saint Emilion)石灰岩高地 葡萄酒的性格。
Château Barde-Haut 的葡萄酒带来了力量和新鲜感之间绝佳平衡的对话,而成果便是一款极其优雅的葡萄酒。
A.O.C. Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé
Château Barde-Haut 产量70 000 瓶
种植面积 16.89公顷
土壤 粘土覆盖石灰石
底层土壤 石灰石, 圣爱美浓高地
葡萄品种 80% 美乐 - 20% 品丽珠
种植理念 有机且可持续种植
收获 手工采摘
发酵罐 50,000升– 120,000升 不锈钢桶
橡木桶与陈酿 18-24个月80% 新法国橡木桶
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Located on the upper, limestone plateau of Saint-Emilion, on the eastern side of appellation, Château Barde-Haut was purchased late in 2000 by Hélène Garcin and Patrice Lévêque, who together also run Clos l’Eglise in Pomerol and Château Poesia in Saint-Emilion as well as Poesia in Mendoza, Argentina.
Situated near Tour Saint-Christophe, Troplong Mondot, Pavie Macquin, and Trotte Vieille, Château Barde-Haut covers 17 hectares (42 acres) and is planted to 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc. A higher elevation, cooler terroir, this is classic Saint-Emilion clay over limestone soils, with the most significant portion of the vineyard being a contiguous, walled parcel located around the winery.
This family completed a massive renovation of their cellar in 2012, with a focus on green/sustainable design, and the wine is moved all by gravity, with vinification occurring in a mix of wooden tanks, stainless steel, and concrete vats. Malolactic fermentation occurs in barrel, and the wine spends 18 months in mostly new French oak, with the percentage varying by vintage. The estate makes a second wine, the Le Vallon de Barde Haut, and typically produces 3,000 to 3,500 cases of their top wine in each vintage.
This retrospective focused on the wines made since the purchase of the estate, and as I hope the reviews show, this forward-thinking team produces an outstanding wine in just about every vintage. The wines show a pure, clean, quasi-modern style, with beautiful purity of fruit and nicely integrated oak, yet the wines retain a wonderful sense of freshness as well as ample classic Saint-Emilion minerality.
While all the wines showed well (the tasting was single blind), the 2001 and 2005 are the standouts of the early 2000s. The 2000 was fully mature and drinking at point, and the 2002 was also a surprise, showing impressive depth and richness as well as sweet tannins. The 2008 also showed beautifully (even better than in a past retrospective) and would be a smart buy in the market today. The estate purchased an optical sorting machine in 2009, and as one would expect, both the 2009 and 2010 showed brilliantly, as did the 2015 and 2016. This estate is unquestionably firing on all cylinders today, and the wines continue to represent superb values in top-notch Bordeaux. - Source Château Barde-Haut: 2000-2016 -