Domaine Tempier makes several different cuvees from their vineyards in Bandol and a good friend brought a bottle of the 2000 Cuvee Classic to the lunch. The wine, which is 75% Mouvedre with Carignan, Grenache and Cinsault, was very dark and young in appearance. Black fruits and earth came through on the nose and the wine was full-bodied on the palate. While impressive, this nine year old wine was not showing many secondary flavors. Bandol is one of the most overlooked great wine regions in France and this bottle illustrated the aging potential of its wines. I would love to try this bottle again at age 20.