Pierre Hourlier Wines

Costieres de Nimes

Established during 1989, and previously part of Languedoc, Costieres de Nimes was changed to governing by the Rhone administration during 2004. With the low-lying vineyards of the appellation surrounding the town of Nimes, wines produced here are traditionally red, produced from a 40% minimum of Carignan grapes, and 20% minimum of either Grenache, Syrah or Mourvedre.

Costieres de Nimes wines are thought to be some of the oldest in the world, research showing that they were drunk by the Ancient Greeks and the Romans. Today, the area encompasses over 10,000 hectares of land.

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