This historic region sits along the Mediterranean coast of France, bordered by the Rhone River to the west and the Côte d’Azur on the east. Physically, it’s only about 150 miles long and 100 miles north to south but its impact is profound. Wine has been made here for over 2600 years, making Provence the oldest wine producing region of France. Widely known for its delicate, crisp and fruity rosés, this region is also home to numerous Provence appellations producing highly distinctive red wines. The most famous appellation is Bandol, which is noted for powerful game and earth-scented red wines based on the sturdy, late-ripening Mourvedre grape.
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Domaines Ott Clos Mireille Cœur de Grain Rosé
Pale salmon pink with coral tints.This expressive and complex nose has notes of white peach, candied lemon and hawthorn blossom. On the palate the wine has a lovely, velvety texture and flavours of white currant and lime. Zesty citrus notes and a pleasant salinity linger on the wine’s long finish.