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Georges Delille, who had a great passion for Bandol wines, founded the Domaine de Terrebrune in 1963. After significant renovations of the terraces, restoration of the stone walls and planting of vines, Georges Delille brought out his first vintage in 1980. His son, Reynald, has since led the estate from the sidelines. Since 2020, businessman Jean d’Arthyus took over with the same rigorous approach to quality with respect for the environment and tradition.
The 30-hectare terraced vineyard is managed organically and overhangs the Mediterranean Sea. Its soil is made up of limestone pebbles in brown clay, which inspired the "Terrebrune" (brown earth) name of the estate. This thousand-year-old poor soil favours the deep rooting of the vines through the cracks in the limestone and contributes to the unique signature of its Bandol wines.
Vinification and ageing
The grapes are harvested when fully ripe and are sorted by hand and put into vats by gravity following a delicate crushing. The skin of the grapes is protected, thus avoiding oxidation. Fermentation is carried out at low temperature in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, as is the ageing process until the wine reaches its natural stability, thus preserving its finesse and sensory balance.
Exuding fruity (exotic fruits) and liquorice aromas, this Bandol rosé wine possesses a powerful, complex and acidic expression that confers a pleasant depth and length.
Food and wine pairing
A perfect apéritif, Domaine de Terrebrune 2021 rosé wine will pair marvellously with Provençal or exotic cuisine as well as fish or barbecued meats.
For the best tasting, serve at 10-12 °C.
This Bandol rosé wine can be laid down until 2036 or longer to express its full aromatic richness.
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