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Generations of the Barton family have written the histories of Château Langoa Barton and Château Léoville Barton since 1821. Upon arriving in Bordeaux in 1725, Thomas Barton founded a wine dynasty that still remains as one of the longest-standing family legacies of all the Grand Cru Classés of 1855. His grandson Hugh Barton, purchased Château Langoa and a plot from Léoville in 1826, renaming it Léoville Barton. 

Hugh’s passion and pride in his wine were only to grow when he saw Château Léoville Barton classified as a Second Grand Cru Classé and Château Langoa Barton awarded the rank of "Third Classified Growth" in the historic 1855 classification. 
Six generations later, the Barton story continues with Anthony Barton and his daughter Lilian, who now represents the tenth generation of the family living in Bordeaux.
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A rare terroir in Médoc gives the Barton Wines their signature style. Their primary grape varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc, with an average vine age of 37 years and the oldest plot dating back to 1953. A high planting density of 9100 vines per hectare is maintained through replanting every year.
At both Chateau Langoa Barton and Chateau Léoville Barton, preserving the vines and the surrounding environment is of utmost importance. A variety of environmentally friendly practices are used, including organic fertilisers, ploughing all vineyards, recycling waste, and using biodegradable staples. It takes a team of 120 every year to prune during the winter season and harvest the clusters by hand to maintain the quality of the fruit. 
Featuring an intense colour, the aroma of the Langoa Barton wine is rich with red fruit, black currants, sous-bois and tobacco notes. Despite its roundness, the texture is fleshy and tight, slightly spicy, with a touch of spice bringing the guarantee of extreme freshness. Silky tannins, a bright acidity, and a powerful finish offer the palate a long, round experience. 
Leoville Barton is a harmonious, elegant wine with no heaviness. A medley of flavours, including candied plums, apricots and spices leave you feeling euphoric.  Silky tannins give this wine the best possible expression of its exceptional terroir.
Our latest offer highlights select wines from Barton and Barton. Place your orders today by dropping us an email at customerservice@wine-clique.com.
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Langoa Barton (2014) - $91 nett per bottle | WA 93
Langoa Barton (2015) - $91 nett per bottle | WA 90
Léoville Barton (2008) - $190 nett per bottle (LAST 2 BOTTLES) | WA 92
Léoville Barton (2009) - $251 nett per bottle | WA 94
Léoville Barton (2014) - $144 nett per bottle | WA 94
Léoville Barton (2015) - $177 nett per bottle | WA 95
Léoville Barton (2017) - $148 nett per bottle | WA 95
Léoville Barton (2018) - $182 nett per bottle | WA 94-96
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Léoville Barton  2018
"Well-polished blackcurrant, cassis and bilberry, everything pretty silky and firm. Not fully showing its generosity at this point but no question that it is going to get there soon. Clear charcoal, graphite and woodsmoke as it opens up. A ton of life ahead, and an appealing sense of mint freshness. Lives up to its en primeur promise - this is Léoville Barton at its most confident." - Decanter, 96 points.
S$182 NETT / Bottle (750ml) 
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Léoville Barton  2008

"Another blockbuster, long-term wine from proprietor Anthony Barton, this 2008 is among the biggest, most back-strapping efforts of the vintage. As with many vintages of Leoville Barton, it is best forgotten for another decade. An inky/purple color is followed by notes of forest floor, camphor, red and black fruits, and a hint of wood. This brawny, masculine-styled St.-Julien possesses huge body, massive concentration, and mouth-searing levels of tannin. However, the tannins are much sweeter than the 2005's were at the same stage, so that should not be an issue as long as potential purchasers exercise patience. This impressively pure, classic Bordeaux should be at its finest between 2020-2050." - The Wine Advocate, 92 points. 

S$190 NETT / Bottle (750ml) (LAST 2 BTLS)

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Langoa Barton  2014

"The 2014 Langoa Barton was impressive in barrel and this bottle-showing completely vindicated that initial enthusiasm. It has an impressive bouquet with redcurrant, blackberry and cedar aromas, with a hint of violet as it opens in the glass. This is lovely. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe black cherry and raspberry fruit on the entry. It comes across as a playful, joyous, exuberant Langoa Barton that is almost sensual on the long finish. What a great 2014 Saint Julien from team Barton! Form an orderly queue and load up on this gem." - The Wine Advocate, 93 points. 

S$91 NETT / Bottle (750ml) 

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