The vineyards of Provence are the oldest in France, with wine dating back 2600 years. There are 27,000 hectares of vines in Provence, with 80% of Provence wines produced being rosés, which makes Provence the number one rosé-producing region in France. Provence is made up of a wide range of varieties across a varied landscape and climate. Provence rosés are consumed all year-round and enjoy a global reputation. Provence wines are fruity, and enjoyed for their lightness and salmony colour.