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Chateau LA TOUR DE L'EVEQUE Cotes de Provence ‘Le Blanc de Blancs' 2021
Chateau LA TOUR DE L'EVEQUE Cotes de Provence ‘Le Blanc de Blancs' 2021

Chateau LA TOUR DE L'EVEQUE Cotes de Provence ‘Le Blanc de Blancs' 2021

$170

Only 141 left in stock
  • 1 Bottle (75 CL)
  • A case of 6 Bottles (6 x 75 CL)*
*Case price discount: Buy a Case (6 x 75 CL) to get the best price for each bottle.

SKU:

SK-00093
  • Wine Region: Provence - France
  • Terroirs:AOP Côtes de Provence
  • Grape: 91% Rolle, 9% Sémillon
  • Color: White

Tasting notes: The appearance offers a lemon-yellow colour with silvery tinges. The nose is clean, pronounced, with peachy primary aromas, completed by golden apples on flowery background, reminding the honeysuckle. There is a certain delicacy coming with these fruity and airy layers, however with high definition and a lot of freshness. The palate is dry, with crispy, citrusy acidity balanced by the silky mouthfeel. The flavours remind the pomelo and its zests, together with aromas from the nose, lingering on the long finish. Can drink now or up to 3-5 years, paired with a sea bream ceviche, peaches and quinoa.

Roger Sumeire, one of Gabriel’s five sons, was also blessed with a pioneering spirit. Roger Sumeire, who rarely lost his temper, allowed people to achieve their potential in relation to their personalities, while guiding them unobtrusively in the direction in which he wanted them to go. From 1946 onwards Roger Sumeire contributed enormously to the expansion of the vineyards. Régine Sumeire, the daughter of Roger Sumeire, assures the continuity of the family work. She likes to say that it is her father who taught her gestures and care of the vineyard.  The same father who said to her that he had lived a working life in accordance with her grandfather and who knew how to perfectly reproduce this model with his daughter. She communicates her experience to her team and her nephew Pierre-Francois de Bernardi.

When he acquired the Château la Tour de l’Evêque in 1958, Gabriel Sumeire digged under the cellar in order to increase space and enter new stainless steal tanks. In 2011, Régine Sumeire built a new cellar on several levels in order to respect gravity principles for better winemaking. This new cellar allowed to use the new version of horizontal hydraulic Coquard press machines. Bottling is done by respecting gravity principles. We particularly focus on the good respect of dissolved oxygen during the different winemaking moves and during bottling in order to limit the use of SO2.

Size 1 Bottle (75 CL), A case of 6 Bottles (6 x 75 CL)*

Region

Provence

Producer

Chateau La Tour de L'Eveque

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