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2003 Château Lamargue Grande Réserve Costières de Nîmes


AOC Costières de Nîmes is one of the oldest wine-growing regions in Europe and has been producing wine for over two millennia, originally consumed by the Greeks in pre-Roman times. Originally part of the Languedoc, this region now sits under the Rhône designation. This beautiful Syrah benefits from a few hours in a decanter, give it time and it will blossom. Notes of licorice, black fruit, saddle leather and earthy tannins develop further in the glass.

ABV % = 14


This region is located between the ancient town of Nîmes and the dry Rhône delta. It is most famous for its red wines, which are blends of Syrah, Mourvedre, Grenache and Carignan. They are soft, easy drinking, and early to mature. Some take on characteristics of their neighboring appellation, Bandol. There is also a small yet growning of rosé made from the same grapes as the red. A small portion of wine comes from white grapes. These are made with Rolle, Clairette, Grenache Blanc and, sometimes, Roussanne. These make perfect summer sippers.
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