Domaine de Bargylus Blanc 2011, Syria (750ml)
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|| Grapes:||60% Chardonnay, 40% Sauvignon Blanc|
|| Type:||Dry White|
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| Wine Spectator: "Wines of war: pioneering winemakers in Lebanon and Syria” (2014)
Jancis Robinson: “Bargylus, The finest wine produced in the Eastern Mediterranean” (2013)
Winemaker's comments: Fading yellow with light green reflections. The noses expresses exotic fruit aromas of papaya and lemon with a touch of saltiness as well. On the pallet the wine is very elegant, round, keeping a lot of freshness due to a good acidity.
More on vineyard and winemaking: Vines are planted at density of 6250 vines/ha. Harvest by hand, gathering grapes in small crates, with grape sorting. Bargylus elegantly combines strength & refinement it has a strong color, the range of aroma is perceivable through the fresh fruit & minerality that translates the very shingly soil. The balance between sweetness, that comes with sunniness and the grapes’ full maturity, and salinity that comes with limestone, allows Bargylus to convey a strong soil identity and an inimitable taste.