Acquired by M. Michel Benhaim in 2010, the Domaine is named after Anne Vivonne, who established the estate in the 17th century. This historic domaine is among the best of Bandol, and is committed to strict, sustainable vineyard practices and a traditional, non-interventionist winemaking philosophy in the cellar.
Tasting Notes: Deep garnet in color. A supple yet structured wine offering a mix of ripe red and dark fruit aromas, with hints of black pepper, cloves, cocoa, and complex spice notes. Intense fruit and silky, satin-like tannins lead to a long, lingering finish.
Serve With: Excellent with cassoulet, buffalo cheese burgers, and all things lamb.