Château Tour de Guiet, Côtes de Bourg - Grand Vin 2016
Winemaker and vineyard: At Château Tour de Guiet, Stéphane Heurlier adapted his working methods in order to respect and to put forwardthe qualities of the Château's "terroir". The very rigorous field selection, the neat wine making and the fine blend enable the winemaker to obtain authentic wines, richer, mire complex and harmonious.
|Storage advice||Cellaring up to 15 years.|
|Consumption guidelines||Drink between 16 and 18°C.|
|Producer||EARL La Bretonnière, 33390 Mazion, France|
|Bottling||Mis en bouteille au Château|
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