Paul Et Marie Jacqueson

Paul et Marie Jacqueson

Grésigny Rully 1er Cru Chardonnay 2013

Rounding into form and integrating its oak nicely. — 5 months ago

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Marie-Paul Dumazet

Cuvée Rouelle Midi Condrieu Viognier 2019

Peach, melon, slate, a touch of spice. Full bodied, aromatic, nice concentration, and enough structure. — 2 years ago

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Paul et Marie Jacqueson

La Pucelle Rully 1er Cru Chardonnay 2013

A little more blunt than the Gresigny 2013 — 2 months ago

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Paul et Marie Jacqueson

Rully Chardonnay 2020

Great Bourgogne village.

Lovely and bold and fulfilling.

Great fruit, some spice and butter.
— 5 months ago

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Paul et Marie Jacqueson

Les Chaponnieres Rully Pinot Noir

So young but so complex and juicy! I enjoyed every sip. — 2 years ago

Paul et Marie Jacqueson

Préaux Rully 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2018

Medium ruby color. Aromas of red and black cherries and raspberries with slight hints of violets, mushrooms and baking spices. Fruit forward cherry, raspberry and plum flavors with a distinct mineral note. Pleasant oak on the impressive long and intense finish. Extremely smooth and velvety tannins. Pleasant drink and excellent quality. Exceptional value for a 1er Cru. — 4 months ago

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Paul Bara

Comtesse Marie de France Millésime Brut Grand Cru Champagne

**If interested, I’ve posted more pics of this visit and trip on my Instagram account - check me out @sips_ensemble**

We also had the pleasure to visit Champagne Paul Bara, another family-owned and -managed winery with only 8 employees! 💪 💪

It is a small but high-quality operation, producing approximately 100,000 bottles per year made exclusively from the free run juice. ✨✨✨ Thanks to the likes of @kermitlynchwine , the U.S. is a major exporting market for this wine. 🙌🙌

Paul Bara’s wines are sustainably farmed on numerous vineyard plots located throughout Bouzy, a Grand Cru village within the Montagne de Reims region of Champagne. 🏔 🏔

Bouzy is known especially for its Pinot Noir-driven Champagnes and also for its still red wines, a specialty of the region, called Coteaux Champenois. 🍇🍇

Paul Bara uses mostly stainless steel vessels for its vinification, designed to accentuate the purity of the fruit. They also use subterranean concrete vessels for the Pinot Noir used in rosé blends and for the Coteaux Champenois (still reds). 🥂

On our tour it was fascinating to see bottles being disgorged, dosaged, corked, capped, and caged on a machine in seconds — these are some of the last stages of the Méthode Champenoise. 🤓

We also learned that Paul Bara is a member of the ‘Club Trésors de Champagne’ an association of 28 vignerons formed to promote quality wine growing and winemaking practices and to highlight the beauty of terroir, demonstrating the excellence achievable outside of the major houses whose names are globally renown such as Veuve Cliquot and Moët & Chandon. 👏

Our favorite wine of the tasting was the 2010 Brut Comtesse Marie de France 🇫🇷 made exclusively from Pinot Noir grapes 🍇 It had a richness and abundance of orchard fruit, including baked yellow apple, also toast, bread dough, yeast, and dried white blossom notes, still offering finesse and precision, retaining incredible vibrancy.

We are grateful for our visit to Paul Bara and we look forward to visiting again the future! 🙏❤️
— 2 years ago

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