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Wine Region: Provence - France
Grape: Syrah, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre.
Tasting notes: “Intense red ruby. We have a complex nose dominated by red berries, kirsh, leather, black olives tapenade with some floral notes. It’s a young wine who can be easily bottled aged. Time will reveal other aromas (as game, mushroom..). Palate is similar to the nose dominated by leather, red berries still with some floral notes. Assertive tannins who can melt awaiting few years more. It is a typical mediterranean wine with a long finish.” Domaine des Terres Blanches
About the winery: On the Northern side of the Alpilles, in a wild terroir with soils just as white as chalk, the antic Via Aurelia runs alongside the Domaine des Terres Blanches.
In 1968 Noël Michelin purchases the estate, which is made of only 25 acres of vineyards. From the start, he chooses farming methods that preserve nature: hand harvest and organic farming.
After that Noël Michelin works hard to grow the vineyard up to 98 acres and builds a vinification cellar in 1973. Largely recognized by his peers, he is elected president of the Baux de Provence winegrowers syndicate and creates the wine that will be the reference for the creation of the AOP Baux de Provence: Aurélia.
In 2012, the estate is purchased by an Alsatian family, then by Christian Latouche who already owns domaine de la Vallongue on the opposite side of the Alpilles. Nowadays Terres Blanches is one if the most renowned wines of Provence, showing on some of the world’s most prestigious chefs’ tables.
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