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Chateau Guibeau Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux Wine 75cl
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Wild berries and hints of vanilla on the nose with a supple and velvety body. It has the richness and freshness typical of the best Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux wines. It is ripe with good length on the palate. A very well-made wine!
This small estate acquired in 1936 by the Bourlon family, is now run by the little daughter Brigitte and her husband Eric. These passionate wine growers have always taken care of environmental respect.
Brigitte’s smile is an ode to life, like her wines, which she describes as an iron hand in a velvet glove…
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Alcohol Volume- 11 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Wine - RedCountry Of Origin- France
Brand- Chateau Guibeau
Availability- In stock
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