Hecht & Bannier Bandol Provence 2013

2001 is the first vintage of Maison Hecht & Bannier. After visiting hundreds of domains, days and nights arguing conversations and wonders about their blends, Gregory Hecht and François Bannier bottle in late 2003 four cuvées in the south of France appellations : Minervois, Saint Chinian, Faugères and Côtes du Roussillon. Hardly a hundred cases of each wine, the miserable profit of a strict and drastic selection of each variety at each best location. "Lovely spoon negoce" stings a producer as they buy two precious hectolitres of Mouvèdre for Faugère's blend. The following year will enjoy the bloom of new cuvées and wines spreading out along the Mediterranean arch. The core principles remain unchanged: Mixing the fruit of multiple growers within an appellation, long aging, serious work with mixtures to offer under a single brand the epitome of each AOP. Craft handmade negoce, boutique wines. Tasters can sometimes be overwhelmed by wines, but these cuvées claim their style and signature. " Fascinating, ambitious, accomplished new negociant" wrote Jancis Robinson in 2005 with other famous wine writers who early on enable a huge success for the company in the United States, Canada and Japan.

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