Barbeyrolles was acquired in 1977 by Régine Sumeire. This twelve-hectare vineyard located at the foot of the village in Gassin is a preserved spot of magical beauty in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. It was painted by numerous artists including Charles Camoin. This sleeping vineyard required a lot of patience and hardworking. The first bottle of the Château Barbeyrolles dated from 1982. In 2004 and 2005, a new cellar has been build, following the principles of gravity winemaking, with two Coquard champagnes presses.
Light rose petal with silver glints, the nose is juicy, showing raspberry, currents and nectarine peach, together with oriental spices such as coriander grains, aromatic pepper and a hint of licorice. Pomegranate and yuzu come along as a background, adding complexity.
The palate is dense and supple, silky and medium fresh, generous, spicy with intense flavors of ripe fruits such as red berries and aromatic zests. Medium-plus bodied, with light tannins reminding orange peel, the finish is long, savory.
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