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Bandol Terrebrune 2012

Winemaker's Notes:

"Reynald’s Bandols are different. There is a more ethereal quality to them, a real freshness—and with Mourvedre accounting for 85% of the final assemblage, this is praise indeed. " Distributor Note

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Domaine de Terrebrune:
George Delille. a sommelier from Paris, bought the estate in 1963 and was joined by son Reynauld in 1980.The name of the estate is a reference to the brown coloured soils..There are 30 hectares under vine and viticulture is organic Red,rose and white Bandol wines are produced as well as a second wine made from younger vines without oak called 'Terre d'Ombre' under a VDP designatio... Read more
George Delille. a sommelier from Paris, bought the estate in 1963 and was joined by son Reynauld in 1980.The name of the estate is a reference to the brown coloured soils..There are 30 hectares under vine and viticulture is organic Red,rose and white Bandol wines are produced as well as a second wine made from younger vines without oak called 'Terre d'Ombre' under a VDP designation. The estate should not be confused with another Domaine de Terrebrune in Anjou Read less

"Reynald’s Bandols are different. There is a more ethereal quality to them, a real freshness—and with Mourvedre accounting for 85% of the final assemblage, this is praise indeed. " Distributor Note

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