Chateau Toinet Saint-Emillion
Description & Tasting Notes
Saint-Emillion, a favourite for many - now there's a Skinny version. This superior Bordeaux is reshaping how skinny red wine can be made and we are so excited to hear what you think. With 0.38g/l of sugar and suitable for vegans but most of all an impeccable display of quality.
The company’s founder, Thomas Barton left his native Ireland in the beginning of the18th century and emigrated to Bordeaux when he was just 30 years old. As a true adventurer he founded his wine-shipping company in 1725. Very quickly, his efforts brought an unbelievable level of prosperity and by 1747, Thomas Barton was considered Bordeaux’s number one shipper and his loyal clients nicknamed him “French Tom”. He was the first shipper to have his own wine estates. In 1802 Hugh Barton, his grandson and successor, teamed up with Daniel Guestier, a French trader, to create Barton & Guestier which is today the oldest wine merchant established in Bordeaux.
Deep ruby red in appearance. A nose of red berries and cherry jam aromas with toasty and peppery notes. The palate is well-balanced with delicate and well integrated tannins.
Product Details (per 125 ml glass)
- Calories: 90 calories per 125ml
- ABV: 13%
- Residual Sugar: 0.38g/L
- Vegetarian: Yes
- Vegan: Yes
- Bottle Size: 75cl
- Closure: Cork
- Wine Style: Dry Red
- Country: France
This wine has on average 70% less sugar than regular red wine.
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