The Barton & Guestier range represents the wonderful diversity of French wines from the main winegrowing regions: Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Burgundy, Beaujolais, Rhône Valley, Languedoc, Gascony and Corsica. With its wide variety of wines, Barton & Guestier enables wine lovers - from the occasional wine drinker to the connoisseur - to make a journey through France. The B&G winemakers' team guarantees constant quality and style, vintage after vintage.
Château Magnol is known worldwide as the heart of Barton & Guestier: hosting the company's headquarters, a famous guesthouse and a true wine school. Above all, Château Magnol is a vineyard which wine is served in the finest restaurants all over the world.
The Thomas Barton range of wines is the ultimate homage to Thomas Barton, who came to Bordeaux from Ireland in 1725. He quickly became the most important wine merchant in Bordeaux having built a solid reputation among prestigious customers all over Europe. The spirit of Thomas Barton has been perpetuated in this unique and prestigious range of carefully selected wines from the heart of the Bordeaux region's greatest appellations. These wines are the epitome of classic Bordeaux: rich, fruity and elegantly oaked, the modern equivalent of the great wines of the 18th century, those that Thomas Barton might have enjoyed and chosen himself.
The Barton & Guestier winemakers' team has chosen 30 partners in the Languedoc, in Gascony and in Corsica to create the B&G Réserve Varietals.
Rigorous specifications and strict guidelines have been established:
Barton & Guestier proposes vins de Table from different Mediterranean regions (South of France, Spain and Italy). It is the House wine from B&G
The B&G Passeport range is an exclusive collection of French AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) wines, which reflect the Barton & Guestier's expertise and unveil the best of each wine Appellation. All the wines are made of grapes grown in specific areas, with a strict control of grape varieties, yields and winemaking methods. Depending on the Appellation and quality, wines are aged in oak barrels or in stainless steel vats.