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More about Château de Pibarnon
The soil of Château de Pibarnon is unique and different from that of its neighbours further down the slope. Due to a geological peculiarity, the soils of Pibarnon contain large amounts of blue marl and limestone, reminiscent of Jurassic soils. In addition, there is much older fossil material.
The terraces are dominated by Mourvèdre, which is used for the red wines as well as for the rosés. Bandol was one of the first appellations in France where rosé was vin de garde, i.e. a wine that should mature in the cellar on an equal footing with red wine.
Text and wine expertise: Christoph Raffelt