Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Mourvedre Blend Bandol Rosé 2009

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Domaine de Terrebrune is located on the east side of the Provence appellation, nearer to Toulon that is to say than M...

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Its aromas are of great finesse: dominance of citrus (grapefruit, lemon zest) on a background of dried apricot, lightly buttered. His mouth is full... Read more

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Source: NapaCabs.com
07/07/2011

Its aromas are of great finesse: dominance of citrus (grapefruit, lemon zest) on a background of dried apricot, lightly buttered. His mouth is full and complex with flavors of spice. Our ros wines are a perfect match to your salads, shellfish and rockfish in Provencal cuisine.


Winemaker's Notes:

Domaine de Terrebrune is located on the east side of the Provence appellation,<br/>nearer to Toulon that is to say than Marseille, in fact close to the town of<br/>Ollioles, its vines grown on the terraces of the unusually named Gros Cerveau<br/>mountain. <br/> <br/>The soils are made up of limestone and an eponymous brown clay. The rose is 50<br/>% Mourvèdre and 50% shared between Grenache and Cinsault. A coppery<br/>colour leads to pleasant herbal aromas and a palate with notes of apricot,<br/>grapefruit and lemon peel. The wine has good weight and is a very fine match<br/>for most summery Provencal dishes, or, travelling a little further to the east,<br/>for a Salade Niçoise! <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

Domaine de Terrebrune is located on the east side of the Provence appellation,<br/>nearer to Toulon that is to say than Marseille, in fact close to the town of<br/>Ollioles, its vines grown on the terraces of the unusually named Gros Cerveau<br/>mountain. <br/> <br/>The soils are made up of limestone and an eponymous brown clay. The rose is 50<br/>% Mourvèdre and 50% shared between Grenache and Cinsault. A coppery<br/>colour leads to pleasant herbal aromas and a palate with notes of apricot,<br/>grapefruit and lemon peel. The wine has good weight and is a very fine match<br/>for most summery Provencal dishes, or, travelling a little further to the east,<br/>for a Salade Niçoise! <br/>(Simon Field MW, BBR Buyer)

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