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Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Blanc 2015

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"Giving up lots of citrus, green apple and citrus rind, the 2014 Bandol Blanc (Clairette, Ugni Blanc, Bourboulenc, Vermentino and Marsanne) is medium-bodied, crisp and tart on the palate. It will be a perfect meal starter on a hot summer day over the coming year." -RobertParker.comTerrebrune is located just east of Bandol, its name perhaps deriving from the brown clay and marl which dominate the soil… the bedrock is solid limestone. The white wine is a blend of Clairette, Ugni Blanc and Bourboulenc, with floral aromas, hints of nougat, white pepper and ripe peach. The palate is equally complex, with all the flavours happily converging on an impressive finish which is both refreshing and profound. -Importer's Notes

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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

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"Giving up lots of citrus, green apple and citrus rind, the 2014 Bandol Blanc (Clairette, Ugni Blanc, Bourboulenc, Vermentino and Marsanne) is medium-bodied, crisp and tart on the palate. It will be a perfect meal starter on a hot summer day over the coming year." -RobertParker.comTerrebrune is located just east of Bandol, its name perhaps deriving from the brown clay and marl which dominate the soil… the bedrock is solid limestone. The white wine is a blend of Clairette, Ugni Blanc and Bourboulenc, with floral aromas, hints of nougat, white pepper and ripe peach. The palate is equally complex, with all the flavours happily converging on an impressive finish which is both refreshing and profound. -Importer's Notes

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