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Champagne Guy Charbaut
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The Guy Charbaut Champagne House is a family estate located in the heart of the best wines of the region...
The Champagne house is located in Baroville, in the middle of the Côte des Bar. Our family cultivates 112 hectares of vines spread over 7 surrounding communes. We work on classic Champagne grape varieties such as Pinot Noir or Chardonnay: our Blanc de Blancs and Blanc de Noirs vintages are not blended... Thanks to the vineyard pruning, we are able to produce our own wines.Lire plus Learn more
The Champagne house is located in Baroville, in the middle of the Côte des Bar. Our family cultivates 112 hectares of vines spread over 7 surrounding communes. We work on classic Champagne grape varieties such as Pinot Noir or Chardonnay: our Blanc de Blancs and Blanc de Noirs wines are not blended, but thanks to the vineyard pruning, we can offer lovers of our fine bubbles 6 regular and 4 great vintages: from the raw tradition to the rosé and the vintages. We also produce two Champagne specialities using the fruits of our vines: champagne ratafia and a red wine from the Coteaux Champenois.
The history of the Maison Champagne de Barfontarc is relatively recent. At the beginning of the 1960s, more than fifty winegrowers from the villages of Baroville, Fontaine and Arconville, on the Côte des Bar, came together to create the Cave Coopérative de la région de Baroville, initially the activity of the cellar cooperative was only pressing and blending. As time went by, some winegrowers wanted to create their own champagne cuvée: the Maison de Barfontarc was born. year after year, more and more winegrowers became involved in the project to create this wide range of fine bubbles that we know today. Barfontarc champagnes are recognized in the southern Champagne region and by the jurors of the most important French wine competitions.
The Maison champenoise loves competitions... but above all medals! With its Brut Tradition as a fair animal, the winegrowers win all the bets with the Gold Medal at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris or at the Concours International de Lyon. Paolo Basso, the Best Sommelier in the World 2013, even praised it by saying that the cuvée was a generous champagne with a harmonious dosage.