"Dense, rich, ample palate with clean, precise aromas. Elegant, refined and very aromatic"
Gilbert et Gaillard
Right at the heart of Provence, halfway between Aix-en-Provence and Saint Tropez, this superb estate sits on 140 hectares of oak forest, olive groves, wild garrigue and (of course) vines. Château Terrebonne has a long history dating back to Neolithic, Iron Age and Roman times. It was the Romans who first planted vines here, more than 2,000 years ago, along the 'Via Aurelia' which used to pass close by. Low yields from 40 year old vines account for the concentrated, super-high quality of this wine, while winemaker Hervé Sabardeil's insistence of harvesting the grapes at night brings extra freshness. A lovely summer party wine, Terrebonne rosé also has the substance and richness to make a perfect match with roast white meats or salmon.