As Cotes de Castillon is devoted solely to the production of red wine, the dominant grape varieties planted in Cotes de Castillon are Merlot and Cabernet Franc . Although close to 10% Cabernet Sauvignon is planted in the region’s vineyards as well. Other Bordeaux grapes are also planted in the region. Small plantings of Malbec , Petit Verdot and Carmenere can be found. The vines at the best estates are old. There are numerous vineyards with old vines that average 50 years of age in the Cotes de Castillon appellation. The region takes its name from the famous battle of Castillon battle, which was fought in 1453. Centered close to the Castillon la Bataille, that deadly fight helped end the hundred years war between England and France.
Wineshop.hk is the online retail part of our mother company "Fast Sail Limited" which have been doing Wines distribuiton in Hong Kong and Asia since 1996. Our team of experts run wineshop.hk platform as an integrated retail and distribtuion business. With the launch of our retail website, we are now able to leverage our unique expertise and years of experience to provide you, the wine buyer, a wider range of wines, available for more immediate delivery (and consumption). With a focus on sourcing excellent wines, in pristine condition and from impeccable sources. Every wine is chosen based on how it tastes, whether it is of high quality for the price, thereby offering good value for money, and is representative of the region from where it comes.
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We don't have a physical shop(that how we keep our prices low). But you can pick up your order at our Tsuen Wan warehouse . Please advice us at the end of your order and we will send you the address.
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