Domaine Baron

Jean-Pierre Baron was one of the first Loire vignerons to plant Sauvignon (in 1946), but up until 2002 the family had always sold its grapes to the local co-operative. Then his son, Samuel, made the bold move of making his own wine – establishing a reputation for quality. Using old vines worked by biodynamic methods, combined with a cool micro-climate growing season results in small yields, giving a wonderfully concentrated and balanced expression of Sauvignon, and a match for wines two to three times the price.

Domaine Baron

Jean-Pierre Baron was one of the first Loire vignerons to plant Sauvignon (in 1946), but up until 2002 the family had always sold its grapes to the local co-operative. Then his son, Samuel, made the bold move of making his own wine – establishing a reputation for quality. Using old vines worked by biodynamic methods, combined with a cool micro-climate growing season results in small yields, giving a wonderfully concentrated and balanced expression of Sauvignon, and a match for wines two to three times the price.

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  1. Domaine Baron, Sauvignon Vieilles Vignes, 2014

    Domaine Baron, Sauvignon Vieilles Vignes, 2014

    Touraine, Loire Valley, France

    Optimum Drinking: 2018
    Reviewer Rating: 89 - CFW

    Even greater concentration than previous vintages from reduced yields and production, with crisp, vibrant acidity and freshness to balance. The best yet in our opinion.

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