The Provence wine growing region has over 27,000 hectares of vines and enjoys a Mediterranean climate with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers. The Mistral wind often blows there, keeping the vines and grapes healthy. Provence has no less than 9 appellations, including Coteaux-d’Aix-en-Provence, Coteaux-Varois or even Côtes-de-Provence. It is the world's leading rosé producing region. However, it is also famous for its Cassis white wine produced from the Clairette and Marsanne grape varieties, as well as its Bandol red wine, where the Mourvèdre grape variety is king.In Côtes de Provence, sub-appellations have been created to highlight its abundance of terroirs. These include the appellation of Baux de Provence, located in les Alpilles, and which is characterised by its very present organic farming. The main grape varieties used in this region are Vermentino and Clairette (white wine), Ugni Blanc (Trebbiano) (rosé wine), Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre, and Carignan (red wine).

AOC Bandol

MAISON VIGNES ET MER Rosé

AOC Bandol

12,20 €
I.e. 73,20 € for 6 btles

DOMAINE DE L'OLIVETTE Rosé

AOC Bandol

14,90 €
I.e. 89,40 € for 6 btles

MOULIN DE LA ROQUE Rosé

AOC Bandol

15,80 €
I.e. 94,80 € for 6 btles

DOMAINE DE L'OLIVETTE White

AOC Bandol

16,50 €
I.e. 99,00 € for 6 btles

MAISON VIGNES ET MER Red

AOC Bandol

16,90 €
I.e. 101,40 € for 6 btles

DOMAINE DE L'OLIVETTE Red

AOC Bandol

19,90 €
I.e. 119,40 € for 6 btles

MOULIN DE LA ROQUE Red

AOC Bandol

20,00 €
I.e. 120,00 € for 6 btles

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