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Wine. The pick of Provence: David Williams. Domaine Tempier Bandol, France 2013 (from £23, The Wine Society; Lay & Wheeler; Uncorked) For a certain generation of foodies, Provence’s Domaine Tempier will always have a special significance.
The estate was a favourite of those celebrated shapers of the British and American conception of the Provencal good life, the food writers Richard Olney and Elizabeth David and Californian chef Alice Waters. And like them, its name became synonymous, from the 1970s on, with the Mediterranean idyll of long lunches of daube de boeuf on sun-dappled terraces. The red wines – deep and meaty and fragrant with rosemary, thyme and lavender – still play on that appeal.
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