For wine lovers, Provence is one of the best-known regions of the world for its exquisite rosé wines. With a temperate climate all year round, this French region has seen vines grown for 2.600 years. The first ones that made of Provence the birthplace of great wines were the Greeks, who planted the first vineyard in Provence and introduced the art of wine in the region.
To this day, rosé wines from Provence are among the most appreciated throughout the world for their strong character and delicacy; an exquisite combination.
Rosé wine in Côtes De Provence
In Côtes De Provence, there are currently around 17,000 hectares dedicated to growing vines. Designation of origin since 1977, rosé wine accounts for 75% of total production. It is divided into five regions: Le Bassin du Beausset, Les Collines du Haut-Pays, La Vallée intérieure, La Bordure Maritime and Sainte-Victorie.
Other wines from Provence
Bandol: with 1,300 hectares, the rosé wines of this region are some of the most appreciated around the world for its delicacy. They are quite different from the rest since this rosé wines cannot be sold before eight months have passed from the harvest.
Bellet: one of the most extraordinary denominations of France. About 50,000 bottles per year.
Cassis: a region with a very limited wine production. Its rosé wines are the most popular.
Palette: the rosé wines of this region of Provence are the most appreciated by collectors. With only 20 hectares of vines, the rosé wines cannot be sold before eight months have passed from the harvest.
Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence: a region where rosé and red wines are produced.
Coteaux-varois-en-Provence: running since 1993, its wines are very particular because they must all be composed of two types of grape.
The rosé wine of the Mediterranean regions of France is a real pleasure for all the senses. A taste experience that is worth feeling at least once in a lifetime. Although it is consumed all year round, it is always a classic during summer seasons.
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TASTING NOTES: View: pale pink very faint, silvery reflections. Nose: notes of peach, melon and floral accent. Mouth: Very cool, slightly dry, with excellent balance between acidity and sweetness, a very smooth and harmonious mineral note. Excellent aftertaste....
...APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence. GRAPES: 60% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 6% and 4% Syrah Mourvedre. PREPARATION: produced by methods of organic farming, each stage of the winemaking process is completely controlled from the mixture to storage to ensure the...
“The Cote de Provence Rosé By Ott is a rosé wine from old vines that have absorbed over the years, all the charm and magic atmosphere of Provence, made from roses, cypress trees, flowering shrubs and herbs. The Provence is told through the blend that composes this wine, divided into a 75%...”read
TASTING NOTES: View: pale pink, light and bright. Nose: intense, sweet tooth aromas of orange peel, peaches and currants. Mouth: pleasant tangy freshness and flexibility. APPELLATION: Côtes de Côtes De Provence. GRAPES: Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault. PREPARATION:...
“2018 - Non contractual picture. A superb rosé from Provence! Traditional Culture: the soil is mechanically (plow) without herbicide use. The harvest of Château Minuty are entirely handmade. A fun wine to serve between 6/8 °, goes well with appetizers, grilled crab tartare & Domaine Château...”read
TASTING NOTES: View: pale pink color reflections grapefruit. Nose: precise and delicate flowers and melon notes. Mouth: powerful and balanced, notes of citrus and red fruit and a nice minerality. APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence. VINEYARD: selection...
“TASTING NOTES:View: pale pink color reflections grapefruit.Nose: precise and delicate flowers and melon notes.Mouth: powerful and balanced, notes of citrus and red fruit and a nice minerality.APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence.VINEYARD: selection of vineyards in the best terroirs des Cotes de...”read
...salmon tones. Nose: subtle aroma, a hint of spice and fine red fruit. Boca: broad, mineral and balanced. APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence. GRAPES: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Tibouren. PAIRING: white meat, fish, grilled and as snack. TEMPERATURE: 8-10...
...feel some fruit like peach and strawberry. It is crisp and the finish is long. APPELLATION: Côtes de Provence. VINEYARD: Villa Vallombrosa. GRAPES: Black Grenache 10%, Cinsault 22%, Syrah 56% and 12% Mourvèdre. AGEING: 4 months in stainless steel tanks....
“2018 - Non contractual picture. Villa Vallombrosa, one of the finest vineyards of Provence, has its origins in Roman times as evidenced by the remains found and beaten in Rome between 161-180 AD. The first vines were grown in France the Provence. The wine history of our area is two thousand years...”read
TASTING NOTES: View: Ruby color, with bright flashes. Nose: Noted for its aromas of ripe fruit, black fruit, with a note of freshness as eucalyptus and a touch of chocolate and vanilla. Mouth: Unfolds notes of oak and ripe fruit that caress the...
“2018 - Non contractual picture. Villa Vallombrosa is one of the finest vineyards of Provence wines, it has its origins in Roman times as evidenced by the remains found and beaten in Rome between 161-180 AD. This rosé will discover the great wines of Provence all year.