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2023 Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé

$37.99
2023 Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé
We sold out of our initial lot, but we were able to get more at our original low pricing. Tempier makes one of the greatest Roses in Bandol, and we have the new 2023 release today at this low pricing. While we see many producers try to replicate Tempier's serious style of rosé, none do it as well as Tempier, and for many years, this has been the benchmark for still Rosé. There is something always so captivating about this rosé, with its radiant freshness in its youth before putting more weight and complexity with age. There is no wrong or right way to enjoy this, and it is all down to preference, but one thing is sure: Tempier makes one of the best rosés in the world.
 The Mourvedre (~50% of the blend) for the Bandol Rosé comes from vines with an average age of 30 from select parcels, with the remaining dedicated to Grenache and Cinsault. The vines are very low-yielding, giving the wine an unmatched concentration, but in the Domaine style, they aim for a higher acidity to keep the wines fresh and vibrant. With a complexity of minerality, spices, and red fruits, it is not just a summer day drinking wine; it is a bottle that can hold its own throughout a meal any time of year. We always recommend grabbing a few of these, some to enjoy now and some to tuck away in the cellar for a little longer. Tempier sets the bar annually for rosé, and with 2023 looking to be a great vintage in France, this will be great.

2023 Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé

2023 Domaine Tempier Bandol Rosé

$49.99 -24%
$37.99
$49.99 -24%
$37.99

We sold out of our initial lot, but we were able to get more at our original low pricing. Tempier makes one of the greatest Roses in Bandol, and we have the new 2023 release today at this low pricing. While we see many producers try to replicate Tempier's serious style of rosé, none do it as well as Tempier, and for many years, this has been the benchmark for still Rosé. There is something always so captivating about this rosé, with its radiant freshness in its youth before putting more weight and complexity with age. There is no wrong or right way to enjoy this, and it is all down to preference, but one thing is sure: Tempier makes one of the best rosés in the world.
 The Mourvedre (~50% of the blend) for the Bandol Rosé comes from vines with an average age of 30 from select parcels, with the remaining dedicated to Grenache and Cinsault. The vines are very low-yielding, giving the wine an unmatched concentration, but in the Domaine style, they aim for a higher acidity to keep the wines fresh and vibrant. With a complexity of minerality, spices, and red fruits, it is not just a summer day drinking wine; it is a bottle that can hold its own throughout a meal any time of year. We always recommend grabbing a few of these, some to enjoy now and some to tuck away in the cellar for a little longer. Tempier sets the bar annually for rosé, and with 2023 looking to be a great vintage in France, this will be great.