Provence

The vineyard of Provence extends over 30 000 hectares, south of the vineyard of the Rhone valley, between Avignon in the north and Nice in the south-east. This vineyard is very heterogeneous, because of its climate and its terroirs, and it includes 9 appellations: Côtes de Provence, Bandol, Cassis, Coteaux-Varois-en-Provence,...
The vineyard of Provence extends over 30 000 hectares, south of the vineyard of the Rhone valley, between Avignon in the north and Nice in the south-east. This vineyard is very heterogeneous, because of its climate and its terroirs, and it includes 9 appellations: Côtes de Provence, Bandol, Cassis, Coteaux-Varois-en-Provence, Coteaux-d'Aix-en-Provence , The Coteaux des Baux de Provence, or lesser known appellations such as the Bellet (on the Commune of Nice), the Pierrevert (on the banks of the Durance towards Manosque), the Palette (around Aix en Provence). The vast majority of wines produced in Provence are pink , very popular in summer all over France and the world. The red wines are powerful and robust, whites can be ample and generous. Implanted more than 2600 years ago by the Phoenicians and the Phocaeans, the vineyard of Provence really developed from the fifth century and during the twentieth century. Wines, like all the French vineyards, are more and more qualitative. We find in Coteaux Varois real treasures of finesse or power. The wines of Provence are to be discovered and to be shared. Above all, not to pass his way: it would be a mistake.
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