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Roséwein 2020 Costières de Nîmes AOP "Cuvée Tradition" Rosé, Rhône, France

Type: Roséwein (Rosé wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Price: 8.50 €
Organic labeling: Organic wine
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: concrete barrel
Registration number: #MdB-L21085

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Last reviewed: 24 November, 2021

Appellation for red, rosé and white wines in the east of the French wine-growing region Languedoc south of the city of Nimes. The area is geographically still in the Languedoc, but in terms of wine law it has belonged to the Rhône wine-growing region since 2004, as the wines are more in keeping with the typicity there (the enclave AOC Clairette de Bellegarde, however, belongs to the Languedoc). Formerly called "Costières du Gard", the area was renamed in 1989 to avoid confusion with the IGP Gard. The vineyards cover 4,600 hectares of vines on powerful gravel soils, spread over 24 communes in the...

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