Vignobles Bardet, Cuvée Peaky Blinders 2018, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Vignobles Bardet, in Bordeaux  Cuvée Peaky Blinders 2018, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, bottled for the Shelby company limited is a typical Saint-Emilion made of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The grapes are from a selection of plots that have been owned by the Bardet family for a long time, the great great grandfather Jean Roy considered these his best plots. It’s only 3 hectares and only 18000 bottles will be produced.
The vines are on average 55 years old and produce the most amazing juice, the vinification is then done in concrete tanks before ageing in the best Oak barrels. This wine reveals a dark intense colour, the nose has complex aromas of black fruit, liquorice roots and spices. The palate is already very elegant with silky tannins but will age for many years to become even better.
Once again the Bardet Family have done an amazing job in producing a very high level of wine and respecting our lovely planet.

High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines
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Wine category
Full-Bodied Red Wine
Cabernet Franc, Merlot
High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines, Sustainable
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Food pairing

Bean / Legumes

Bean / Legumes

Pinto Bean, Black Bean, Navy Bean, Lentil
Fruity, Umami Cheese

Fruity, Umami Cheese

Cheddar, Gouda
Red Meat

Red Meat

Beef, Lamb, Venison
Umami Spice

Umami Spice

Coriander, Cumin, Turmeric
The producer
Vignobles Bardet

Vignobles Bardet

Roger Bardet passed on to his son Philippe a passion for growing wine, a taste for doing work well and a deep respect for the estate.

In 2008, Philippe took over Château Franc le Maine in Bordeaux, another Saint-Emilion Grand Cru.“A subtle blend of technical innovations and environmental practices designed to reveal the treasure within our terroir.” Vignobles Bardet uses inventive practices that respect nature.

They seek to reduce the impact of their activities on the environment by adopting practices that protect nature's balances, such as using grass as a cover crop between the rows of vines, developing hedging around the different plots to reconstitute natural ecosystems, maintaining a weather station to observe local weather patterns affecting the vines, strictly sorting waste and exploiting geothermal energy.