Paul Bara 'Annonciade' Brut Grand Cru, Champagne, France 2006

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Paul Bara 'Annonciade' Brut Grand Cru, Champagne, France 2006

Paul Bara Annonciade bottling pays tribute to an ancestor of the Bara family. In 1833, a winemaker's daughter named Annonciade married Auguste François Bara, a young cooper from a nearby village. Their son, Jules Bara, built the first cellar at Champagne Paul Bara. This particular blend represents the ideal combination of vigneronne and cooper.

This wine spends ten years on its lees before it is disgorged and released to the market.  It is made of 100% Pinot Noir that is on average 50 years old. This champagne has a bright, golden color. Its aroma is complex, revealing notes of ripe fruits, tarte tatin, and well-integrated oak, with a subtle hint of vanilla. On the palate, it has a good initial intensity and a full texture, with pleasant tension and fine creamy bubbles. The finish is impressively long.
Pairing: Flank streak, short rib, veal. Yes, this is meat Champagne. 
Grape: Pinot Noir
Viticulture: Sustainable 
Soil: Clay limestone
Regular price $230.00 USD
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sparkling wine
pinot noir

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