This Brut non-vintage, with its stunning aromatic complexity, is the symbol of the Bara savoir-faire. As our signature champagne, it reflects the unique characteristics of the Bouzy vineyards.
Light yellow-gold tinted colour. Fine and abundant bubbles forming an attractive mousse.
Nose: Ripe aromas of fleshy fruits with overtones of Mirabelle plums. Opens up into spices and honey, underlined by candied fruit aromas, bergamot and orange peel.
Palate: Fruity and fresh with body and intensity of flavour. Notes of yellow peaches with a slight peppery hint.
Pairing suggestions: Serve as an aperitif, or with scallops or shrimps.
The Montagne de Reims boasts some of the best Pinot Noir in the region, and Bouzy is its capital. The key to Bouzy’s inherent greatness lies in its deep, chalky subsoil which imparts intense expression of fruit and great mineral complexity in its grand cru wines. The village of Bouzy and Champagne Paul Bara are practically synonymous. As the published village historian, Paul is indelibly linked to the lore of his hometown. Many argue that he is their most renowned producer, being one of the rare récoltants-manipulants in a region inundated with the mass-produced wines of the large, corporate champagne houses. These récoltants-manipulants, or R.M.s as they are known, are of the few that still grow their own grapes and make their own wines. Champagne Paul Bara is the quintessential example, where everything is done with a personalized touch.
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