Provence is often well known for its rosé wines (88% of the region's production). And yet, there are gems, exquisite red wines and wines for laying down in this wonderful region. Discover our carefully selected wines to accompany your most beautiful tastings.

The vineyard of Provence and its weather conditions

Provence enjoys a fantastic climate, especially for grapes! The region gets a lot of sunshine and not too much rain with hot days and cool evenings. The Mediterranean tempers the temperatures and the famous "Mistral" wind keeps the vineyards dry, free of parasites and clear skies.

Bandol: the great appellation for red and white wines of Provence

The Bandol appellation takes its name from the fishing village of Bandol, a once prosperous port thanks to the region's wine trade. The red Bandol is dominated by Mourvèdre, stimulating, tasty, structured and with a great ageing potential. The wine is distinguished by a deep colour and intense aromas of black fruits, vanilla, spicy concentration and fleshy notes. It has been aged in oak barrels for 18 months and drinks well from an early age, but has the potential to improve for up to ten years. Bandol also produces a small quantity of white wines, consumed locally, mainly Clairette, Bourboulenc and Ugni Blanc, as well as earthy rosés, mainly Grenache and Cinsault.

The Prices of Provence Wines

Provence wines are gaining in popularity, especially in the Bandol and Pallette appellations. Provence is undoubtedly one of the most underestimated wine-producing regions in France. The price of Provence wines is still quite affordable and should rise quickly, especially as these are wines with great ageing potential and have a very charming style.

Provence Wines Direct from the estates

Château PradeauxChâteau SimoneDomaine de TrevallonDomaine Tempier, and Pibarnon

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