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Domaine Terrebrune was created by trained sommelier Georges Delille, who purchased the land in 1963. The 30-hectare domaine is located in Bandol, on the eastern side of Provence, and follows organic practices. The vines are cooled by the Mediterranean and finessed by the structure-giving limestone of its soils. Mourvèdre makes up 85% of the plantings and 50% of their classic Bandol Rosé (along with 25% Grenache and Cinsault). This majorly grand gourmet Bandol Rosé also makes up half of their production. Like the wines, the reputation of Domaine Terrebrune has been built with discretion and tranquillity. This Domaine, crowned with three stars last year, turns a new page with the arrival of Jean d`Arthuys who intends to further this already renowned reputation. There should never be a rush to open these rosé wines. These wines best serve those that are patient. With their remarkable concentration and finesse, leave these alone for two, three, four, five years... and counting.