In Bandol, no other winery rivals the influence of Domaine Tempier in defining the identity of the appellation. Yet it was only a little more than a decade ago when Tempier, which makes profound, complex reds based on Mourvèdre, faced a collision of forces that threatened its future—and perhaps its survival. Wine Spectator's Robert Camuto explains.
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