The Colours of Provence

The vineyards of Provence are among the oldest in France, having been introduced to the region over 26 centuries ago by the Phoenicians. Its location between mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, as well as its diverse countryside, incite daydreams. The sunshine is optimal, and the Mistral wind provides a cooling freshness to the vines, and helps control dampness on the grapes. Provence is justly famous for its rosés, but its enticing reds and whites should not be overlooked. We invite you to discover all the colours of Provence!

1

Rosés of Provence

The reputation of Provence rosés is unrivalled. The production of these wines—symbols of summer, refreshment, pleasure and conviviality—represent over 88% of the total production of Provence vineyards. Discover our selection of handsome rosés from the appellations of Bandol, Bellet, Cotes de Provence, and appreciate their finesse, liveliness, and their unmistakable Provencal style.

2

Red Wines of Provence

Mourvèdre, Grenache, Syrah, and even Cabernet Sauvignon can be found in the red blends of Provence. These wines are typically fruit-driven, with lively acidity and an elegant ripe tannic structure. Many of these wines can be laid down and will continue to gain complexity with age. Excellent for food pairings, these wines offer pleasant surprises!

3

White Wines of Provence

Provence’s white wines are characterised by their freshness, vivacity, supple texture, and above all their rich aromatic expression. Tropical and white fruits, white flowers, citrus… these wines offer a round texture and a harmonious acidity! The sunshine of the region shines in the expression of these fabulous aromatic grapes: Vermentino (known locally as Rolle), Ugni Blanc, Bourboulenc, Clairette, Sauvignon Blanc...