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Staff Pick

Marsannay, Dom. Bart - 2016

Item # 35287 750mL
$24.96/ Single Bottle
$299.52 $269.57/ Case of 12
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Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

Domaine Bart has many generations of winemaking history under its belt and is best-known for their many bottlings from Marsannay. There's more structure in this Pinot Noir that comes from vines planted in clay-based soils. You'll find darker fruit aromas too and, in its youth, primary fruit that's divine.

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Staff Pick Notes

The wines from Dom. Bart are such a pleasure to drink, so unabashedly cheerful, that it's easy to overlook the domaine's impressive pedigree. Martin Bart's grandfather was a Clair of Clair-Dau, the house whose reputation almost singlehandedly elevated Marsannay to appellation status in the late 1980's. The 2015 vintage was generous, but this wine is not in the least overripe. Cherry and raspberry aromas lead the way, chased by an undercurrent of damp forest floor and chalked earth. Maybe today is not your birthday. Maybe you're not here to find a housewarming gift, or a bottle to tuck away for a decade or two. Maybe you just want to drink a beautiful, accessible Burgundy tonight with half a roasted chicken that you may or may not have cooked yourself. Welcome to everyday Burgundy. Domaine Bart is here for you.


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