Marsannay, Dom. Bart
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Marsannay, Dom. Bart - 2020

Item # 35287 750mL
$39.96/ Single Bottle
$479.52 $431.57/ Case of 12
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Color
Red
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Appellation/Village
Marsannay
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Tasting Notes

The town of Dijon is located a mere ten minutes away from the most northerly Côte d'Or village of Marsannay. When it comes to accessible Burgundy, one should look no further that the lesser-known villages. Domaine Bart, with its many accolades, is a top producer whose red Marsannay is as succulent as it is fresh showing a sense of place and pedigree. Enjoy with a beef stew in the colder months or with an eggplant-mozzarella panini in the summer.


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Staff Pick Notes

What would you do for a Marsannay? Me? Well, I would do an awful lot! I would first make it dinner. Something glorious like salmon with capers and buttery fingerling potatoes. Or maybe a juice dripping skirt steak, with thick stalks of asparagus. Then, I would treat it to a movie. Something classy... you know like The Wizard of Oz or Jaws. Regardless of what you are planning on making for dinner weather it be something extravagant or nothing at all this Marsannay would be perfect. The brightness of this wines acidity is balanced by its lush earth dusted fruit. A wine for just about anything.

- HG

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