Bandol Rouge (red)
</ strong> On the top of the estate, a great terroir for the reds, the mourvèdre reveals its complexity and the northern exposure allows to preserve freshness and elegance.
</ strong> Mourvèdre, grenache and cinsault are matched to give a very subtle rosé, to be drinked the same year or much later.
Bandol Blanc (white)
</ strong>The Clairette is magnified by the exceptional terroir. Again, exposure to the north is crucial to maintain freshness.