Owned by Reynald Delille, son of the founder of the Domaine, and Jean d'Arthuys, media man and entrepreneur passionate about wine, the Domaine is considered today as one of the largest in the South of France. He tirelessly pursues his quest for excellence.
With 35 hectares of vines planted in terraces facing the Mediterranean Sea and in organic farming, the Domaine de Terrebrune produces wines whose identity and character are forged by this magical Triassic terroir and the king grape variety of Bandol, Mourvèdre.
The management of the vineyard calls on ancestral knowledge, the principles of organic farming and biodynamics so that the species coexist peacefully, each one playing its full role to allow the vine to give the best. No weedkiller but plowing work by plows pulled by draft horses and digging by hand, without any systemic product or synthetic chemical product. The Domaine de Terrebrune produces three colors of wine and asserts over time its identity and its deep originality: finesse, complexity and elegance. The mineral frame from these soils is a true backbone of the wines, and allows all their subtle flavors to emerge.