Adjacent to Côtes de Provence, the appellation takes its name from the fishing village of Bandol, once a port that flourished with the region’s wine trade. The area has a long history of wine production and, ever since the Phylloxera epidemic in the 18th century, has focused its efforts on Mourvèdre. This late-season, red grape has always been grown in the area and is well suited to the Bandol terroir.

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