The 50-hectare Chateau de Pibarnon is truly one of the great estates of the south of France. Founded in 1977 by Comte Henri de Victor, who has painstakingly restored the estate to it's original glory, the domaine is known as the 'Petrus of Bandol' and with good reason as the wines are of the very highest quality. The Bandol Blanc is a creamy blend of Marsanne, Clairette, Bourboulenc and Ugni Blanc. Superb with fish and seafood dishes.
A bright, pale yellow in colour. An intense nose of tropical stone fruit aromas with a hint of white flowers. Dry and pleasantly tart on the palate with refreshing acidity and showing a touch of spice, the finish is ripe and lengthy. Serve with soupe au pistou, sea-bream with a sea-urchin sauce or crab souffle.