France - Provence

This region has a warm Mediterranean climate but is by no means uniform due to the presence of both mountains and coastal plains.

The region is predominantly known for its rosé wines which are usually dry.

Fungal diseases are less of a problem here (due to the climate) than anywhere else in France.

Wine making in Provence dates back as far as 600 BC.

Featured Growers

Château de Pibarnon Rouge

Château de Pibarnon
Bandol, Provence, France

Mourvèdre 90%, Grenache/Garnacha 10%

Very freshly aromas of blackcurrant, fresh cherry, married with rare spices and tobacco. Fat mouth with amplitude, large body, deepness with fine tannins and long finish. Very well balanced and elegant.

ABV 14.0%

M de Minuty Rosé

Château Minuty
Côtes de Provence, France

Grenache/Garnacha 50%, Cinsault 40%, Syrah/Shiraz 10%

A magnificent wine of pleasure, the aromatic harmony of Grenache and Cinsault offers some notes of peach and candied orange. The mouth is fresh and round.

ABV 13.0%

Rosé et Or

Château Minuty
AOC Côtes de Provence, France

Grenache/Garnacha 85%, Tibouren 15%

This rosé with a vibrating expression is a concentration of greedy aromas, with an intense freshness which offers the full expression of fruits.

ABV 13.0%

Diamarine Rosé

Estandon Vignerons
Coteaux Varois en Provence

Cinsault, Grenache/Garnacha, Syrah/Shiraz

Pale pink, very expressive on the nose. Deliciously tangy on the palate with fresh fruit and citrus peel aromas leading to a very elegant finish.

ABV 13.0%

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