Domaine de Terrebrune Bandol Rosé (2015)


This Bandol rosé from Domaine de Terrebrune is a rich pink, tinged with gold – it is beautiful to look at. The nose is quite acidic, and lemony, even a bit of stainless steel. I was quite relieved, though, that upon tasting it, it was soft and silky, and bore no resemblance to the aromas I sensed. Instead, it tasted of bright strawberry and nectarine, and a touch of resin.

We served the wine to our guests with goat cheese – both with the herbs and pepper, although each brought out something different in the wine. The strawberry was much more dominant with the herbs, while the nectarine and a touch of white peach prevailed with the pepper-crusted cheese.

Later, when everyone was gone, there was still some Bandol left and I decided to test it with a burger. This, however, was not such as good pairing – the acidity I sensed on the nose was now on my palate, and I have come to the conclusion that this particular Bandol does better with light meals – salads, simple fresh cheese, and white fish.

Wine Details

Region Provence
Appellation Bandol
Producer Domaine de Terrebrune
Cuvée Bandol Rosé
Vintage 2015
Color Rosé
Varietal Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre
Country France
Pairs with Salads, simple fresh cheese, and white fish
Available in USA? Yes
Average Bottle Price $ 32.00
Date of Notes 07/01/2017
Notes by David A
Organic Status Organic
Alcohol by Volume (ABV) 13%


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