One of the prettiest Bandols, one of the least known, was in a delicate position. By bringing the necessary means, Jean d’Arthuys put Terrebrune back on the right track.
You are not the first big boss to take an interest in French vineyards.
Me, it’s my father. He always made us taste great wines, telling us that it was a little bit of France, of its terroir, of the work of men. I have always seen wine as a daily subject for men and women. It contributes to the well-being of life and to the French genius. It is what gives it, more than ever, its necessary intoxication.