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Wines of Provence
Provence in a glass - it starts and ends with . We’re the gold standard.
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Wines of Provence Sep 17
With , we asked some of our favorite somms what they thought of . Read more:
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Wines of Provence Sep 12
Harvest: Our grapes are picked either by hand or mechanically. Because it can get very hot in the middle of the day, harvesting starts early in the morning. After being picked early in the day, the harvest is brought to a lower temperature in the storehouse. | 📸 François Millo
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Wines of Provence Sep 9
More on and : over the last century, average temperatures in our region increased 2.52F. We're looking toward to the future to innovate our farming techniques. Read more:
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Wines of Provence Sep 5
Let's just say is here to stay. 😉
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Wines of Provence Sep 5
Replying to @VinePair
Merci beaucoup! We couldn’t agree more!
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Wines of Provence Aug 30
Would you choose to celebrate your wedding? We'd like to think so. 😉
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Wines of Provence Aug 28
It's not here yet but it's coming soon - the ! Can anyone guess the grapes shown here? (Hint: starts with the letter R!) Want to learn more about the grapes we grow? Check out our site: | 📸 François Millo
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Wines of Provence Aug 22
The climate is changing, and winemaking must change with it. We're proud to be on the forefront of new techniques adapting our region to a changing world. Want to learn more? Check out our discussion here:
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Wines of Provence Aug 15
Cheers! Hope you enjoyed! 🥂
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Wines of Provence Aug 13
? Barrel aged or barrel fermented often show smoky or toasty tones along with a broader & smoother palate texture. These rosés evolve from fresh fruit & floral aromas to more developed notes of dried fruits and herbs. Want to learn more?
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Wines of Provence Aug 6
Have you taken a look at our new content platform? went live a few months ago, and we're bringing you the latest in research and consumer trends on the US market. Check it out!
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Wines of Provence Aug 1
Where is the rosé trend going? We sat down with at our Iconic Panel a few months back to explore.
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Wines of Provence Jul 25
The next month or so in is crucial - it's the last 6-8 weeks before we determine whether the grapes are ready to be harvested. | 📸 Cédric Skrzypczak
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Wines of Provence Jul 22
New study: " Rosé imports continue to surge, with a 33.5% jump last year, thanks largely to wines from the Provence region of France." Read more:
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Wines of Provence Jul 18
, our friend moderated a great discussion about at a few weeks ago. What was your favorite takeaway from the discussion?
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Wines of Provence Jul 16
The best time to visit Provence? It's now! Book a trip before all the tourists descend 😉 - and definitely before we start the grapes harvest! Read more:
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Wines of Provence Jul 8
What's another way winemakers in Provence are doing more to be environmentally friendly? Re-using bottles. Read more about our ongoing effort to make wine more ecologically friendly:
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Wines of Provence Jul 5
to the unveiling of our new messaging: . Check out the recap below from our friend and illustrator Veronica Collignon!
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Wines of Provence Jul 4
Santé to the red, white, and rosé! Cheers to you, America. We'd like to suggest to pair with your freedom.
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Wines of Provence Jul 1
that there are spice and aromatic notes in too? Our can have notes of , , , , , and even ! These notes come from the vinification and maturation processes.
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