Chateau de la Tuilerie Blanc 2008
The color of this white wine is bright, delicate and pale, with green highlights. The nose is intense, with aromas of citrus (pink grapefruit) and white flowers, acacia and jasmine type. In the mouth the freshness, power and good length, with notes of citrus and white flowers. Family owned since 1955, the Chateau de la Tuilerie is located on the oldest geological part of the Costieres de Nimes appellation. It rises 80 meters above sea level, on one of the seven hills surrounding the city of Nimes and are swept by the Mistral, a boon for the health quality of berries.
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For the states of Louisiana and New Hampshire, we are planning to obtain permits to be able to ship to these states.
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