La Villiage des Chapitoulas “Tchoupitoulas”  Blanc Du Bois Dry

La Villiage des Chapitoulas “Tchoupitoulas” Blanc Du Bois Dry

Blanc du Bois
LA - Louisiana
$14.99 / 750 mL Bottle

  • Alcohol 11.50%
Wine Profile

Tasting Notes

This well-balanced white wine burst forth with clean crisp flavors of fruit including peach, pear, tropical fruit with light hints of wood character, and honeysuckle aromas. This is a nice fruit-forward, light, and smooth white wine.

Serving Notes

Alc. 11.3% 192 Calories, 12 oz. serving

Pairing Notes
Mild cheeses, apples, grilled chicken, and fish

Label History

Tchoupitoulas Street is a street in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, running through Uptown. It is the street closest to the Mississippi River.  Formerly, the street was heavily devoted to river shipping commerce; but as shipping concerns gravitated to other locations in the latter part of the 20th Century, more of the street has been utilized for residential and other business purposes.  The name of the street comes from a Native American tribe that perhaps means “Those who live at the river” in Choctaw. The tribal village-called La Village Des Chapitoiulas” in the 18th and early 19th Centuries- was the headwaters of the bayou also named after the Chapitoulas.