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$24.99Original List Price

22.00Best Price On The Web
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Rating: Rating Not AvailableSize:750ML
Region: Provence Country:France
Varietals: Mourvedre / Mataro / Monastrell / Garrut, Grenache / Garnacha, Cinsault ABV:13%


"This baby Bandol is an incredible deal! Packed with the brightness and intensity of a true Bandol, and also offers up complex earth and tobacco flavors. Priced so well, you will have a hard time paying up for the real deal!" -Importer

"There are two aspects of the Terrebrune terroir that help distinguish his wines from the others of the region: the soil and the cooling breeze that comes off the Mediterranean. The soil is a rich, chocolate brown and the vines tap into clay, limestone, and dolomite below the surface. Planting vines in limestone isn’t exactly revolutionary or unique but what does set Terrebrune apart is the domaine’s proximity to the Sea."

"The property is situated in a valley that leads directly to the bay near Sanary-Sur-Mer. Sea breezes blow up the valley and directly into his vineyards, keeping temperatures relatively moderate, even during the hottest times of the summer. According to Reynald, these cooling winds are what set him apart, the secret of his success." -Importer

"The Domaine de Terrebrune...has quietly produced over the years wines with fineness and elegance. Located on the eastern wing of the Appellation area, it is backed against the Gros Cerveau mountain range on one side, with an open view on the Mediterranean on the other side, benefiting from both the cool mountain air in the night and the iodine and wind coming from the sea. This coastal area of Bandol can be very hot in summer like the rest of Provence, but something related to the air currents coming from the sea makes it (could be also the saline quality of this air also) very bearable, both for the people and for the vines."

"That is also where the Mourvèdre, a variety which needs lots of sun and heat, shows its best results. The Terrebrune vineyards sit on a Trias-era soil with a redish-brownish color that gave its name to the estate (terre brune means brown earth), actually Reynald Delille remembers jokingly that he was the one who found this name for the estate and tipped his father about it when he was a teenager." -Bertrand Celce - Wineterroirs.com