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Les Baudes (3.42 hectares) sits just below the Grand Cru Les Bonnes Mares but has slightly richer and rockier red soil. The vines are now over 45 years of age. It’s typically the most muscular wine produced by Barthod, generally requiring the most time in the cellar. Considered by commentators to be the most ‘Morey’ of her wines, I think it more accurate to call it the most Bonnes Mares! With just 0.19 hectares under vine, it’s also one of Barthod’s rarest wines.
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