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The defining features of Terrebrune’s terroir are its direct proximity to the Mediterranean, in the path of cooling sea breezes, and the distinctive soil from which the vines emerge—reddish clay over fissured limestone from the Triassic era, extremely rare in Bandol. Both contribute to the house style: these are lean, taut, and focused wines of great elegance capable of long-term aging. No need to wait, though—this precise, mineral blend of Clairette, Ugni Blanc, and Bourboulenc has an ethereal perfume, reminiscent of blossoming flowers with a hint of fennel, that makes it irresistible right now.
|Blend:||Clairette, Ugni Blanc, Bourboulenc|
|Producer:||Domaine de Terrebrune|
|Soil:||Limestone pebbles in brown clay, blue limestone bedrock, marl|
|Aging:||Ages for 6-8 months in barrel before bottling|
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