An Affair With B&G Old World Wines

French wine are distinctive and robust in their flavours, mainly due to growing region of the grapes and the experience the vineyards have in managing their crops. While nature plays a major role in how your wine tastes, a certain knowledge in the after process is quite essential to get Merlot to taste as a Merlot and not Shiraz.

Barton & Guestier a well known wine merchant founded in 1725 have been carefully identifying and engaging with French wine makers in Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Burgundy, Beaujolais, Rhone Valley and other notable regions and representing them under the B&G range. With almost 3 centuries of experience, Barton & Guestier is now present in over 130 countries on 5 continents.

Recently, the brand launched their “B&G Passport to Fine Wines” campaign a showcase of exquisite foods pairing with their commendable collection organised by local distributor Cave & Cellar. The promotions will run from now till November in selected restaurants.

Hosting the event, guests were treated to a selection of wines paring with delectable meals including seafood, meat, poultry and sweet desserts. Wines served were ranges from Rose, Chablis to Medoc and Blancs.

“Barton & Guestier continues to innovate with and deliver quality French wine – a true testament of its 300 years’ existence.  This will greatly help us to remain the benchmark for French Wines and will reinforce our iconic positioning as a leading French International Brand available in all premium channels throughout the world” said Area Sales Manager (South Asia & Phillippines) – Ms Victoire Desvigne,

According Ms Candy Mah of Cave & Cellar, French wines has continued to capture the fascination and appreciation of both our local and foreign wine drinkers. The old world wine such as the French wines continue to deliver quality and value despite the fast emergence of new world wines.


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