Terrebrune vigneron Reynald Delille seems to be a quiet, reserved man, but a twinkle in his eye appears as soon as he begins pouring samples of his Bandols. Upon seeing his guests’ excitement when tasting his wines, he suddenly becomes eager to provide an in depth explanation of why the wines taste the way they do. This explanation is rooted in terroir, as Terrebrune benefits from geographical and geological features that make it unique in the Bandol appellation. The vineyards lie directly in the path of marine breezes that sweep off the Mediterranean, providing his wines with a mouthwatering saline quality. Additionally, the fissured limestone from the Trias era allows vine roots to probe deep for freshness—crucial in the dry Provençal summers. Extreme precision in farming and vinification make Terrebrune special as well. There is an ethereal quality to Terrebrune’s Bandol reds, a real freshness—and with Mourvèdre accounting for 85% of the final assemblage, this is praise indeed. Today, we are presenting new and aged vintages of Terrebrune’s Bandol Rouges as well as a bottling new to the U.S., a declassified Bandol—the value-driven Mont Caume Rouge.
Domaine de Terrebrune France | Provence | Bandol
The only thing better than a young Terrebrune Bandol that is accessible immediately and can be served cool in the summertime is a Terrebrune with almost 15 years of age on it.
Our 2020 rosés have finally begun to arrive on our shores and now await your peak summertime drinking pleasure. These ultra-fresh and inviting new arrivals are the perfect match for lighter, warm-weather fare.
Many of our best values, all in one place for your browsing pleasure: bargain whites, rosés, reds, and even a couple of sparklers, made by real people and reefer-shipped so they arrive in your hands in nothing less than perfect condition.
Sauvignon Blanc comes in many forms, and we've put them all together right here for your enjoyment. You’ll find classics from its spiritual home in the Loire Valley, as well as characterful renditions from Bordeaux and Friuli.
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