Domaine Tempier, Bandol, La Migoua 2009 - 0,75L


The terroir of La Migoua is located on the massif of Le Beausset Vieux, at an altitude of nearly 300 meters. La Migoua is composed of 55% mourvèdre, 25% cinsault, 15% grenache and a little syrah. 

On the palate, La Migoua is remarkably full-bodied. François Peyraud (son of Lulu and Lucien) says "it's so full-bodied" that it fills the mouth before stretching out on the freshness.

Bandol is certainly the most famous appellation of the Provençal vineyard, in particular for its powerful, structured, elegant reds, capable of aging for many years. 

The Tempier estate is the story of Lucien Peyraud and Lucie Tempier who settled on the estate in 1940. It was Lucien who gave back its letters of nobility to this vineyard, which was too little known at the time. He started planting grape varieties adapted to the stony soil of the appellation. The family story continues with François and Jean-Marie, Lucien and Lucie's sons. The Tempier estate became well known in France, but also began to make a name for itself abroad, particularly in the United States.

Today, it is Daniel Ravier who manages the 38 hectares of this exceptional vineyard. Each grape variety expresses as faithfully as possible the terroir from which it comes.


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