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Provence Wine

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Dive into the sun-soaked vineyards of Provence with our curated wine collection. Renowned for its refreshing rosés and aromatic reds, Provence captures the essence of the Mediterranean in every bottle. Whether you're looking to buy a crisp summer sipper or shop for a versatile wine to pair with a myriad of dishes, our Provence selection promises a taste of the French Riviera's finest. Explore and indulge today.


Dive into the sun-soaked vineyards of Provence with our curated wine collection. Renowned for its refreshing rosés and aromatic reds, Provence captures the essence of the Mediterranean in every bottle. Whether you're looking to buy a crisp summer sipper or shop for a versatile wine to pair with a myriad of dishes, our Provence selection promises a taste of the French Riviera's finest. Explore and indulge today.
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  • AIX Provence Rosé 2022 (Free tote bag with 12 bottles)

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    $34.99
    or $33.24 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Rameau d'Or Provence Rosé 2022

    $32.49
    or $29.65 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Triennes Rosé IGP Méditerranée 2022

    $28.33
    or $26.91 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Triennes Rose IGP Méditerranée 2022 375ml (Half Bottle)

    $15.00
    or $14.25 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château De Pibarnon Bandol Rosé 2022

    $98.56
    or $93.63 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rimauresq Cotes de Provence Cru Classé Rosè 1.5L 2021

    $92.98
    or $88.33 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine du Gros 'Noré Bandol Rosé 2022

    $64.73
    or $61.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rameau d'Or Petit Amour Rosé 2022

    $24.66
    or $23.43 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Coeur Clementine Rosé 2022

    $40.07
    or $38.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Aix Maison Saint Aix Rosé 2021 - (1500ML Magnum)

    $77.31
    or $70.55 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Le Grand Cros L'Esprit de Provence Rose 2022

    $35.82
    or $34.03 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine La Suffrene Bandol Rosé 2022

    $52.48
    or $49.86 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine Tempier Bandol ‘Lulu & Lucien’ Cuvée Classique Rouge 2021

    $99.99
    or $94.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Saint Max Cotes De Provence Rosé 2021

    $34.41
    or $32.69 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Été Grenache Rosé 2022

    $25.00
    or $23.75 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Artea Rosé

    $24.16
    or $22.95 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Chateau Des Ferrages Côtes de Provence, ‘Roumery’ Rosé 2022

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Clos Sainte Magdeleine Cassis Blanc 2021

    $77.48
    or $73.61 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Chateau de Pibarnon Bandol Rouge 2022

    $138.06
    or $131.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine La Suffrene Bandol Rouge 2018 (500ml)

    $37.99
    or $36.09 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Domaine La Suffrene Bandol Rosé 2022 Magnum (1500ml)

    $116.23
    or $110.42 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Vins Breban Villa Aix AOP Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence Rosé 1.5L 2020 (3 Bottle Case)

    $169.99
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  • Domaines Ott ‘Clos Mireille Coeur de Grain’ Rosé 2022

    $89.65
    or $85.17 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Max Igp Mediterranee Rosé 2020

    $25.06
    or $23.81 in case of 6 bottles.
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Nestled in the southeastern corner of France, Provence boasts a wine-making tradition that dates back over 2,600 years, making it one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the country. With its picturesque landscapes, characterized by rolling hills, lavender fields, and olive groves, the region offers an idyllic backdrop for its Nestled in the southeastern corner of France, Provence boasts a wine-making tradition that dates back over 2,600 years, making it one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the country. With its picturesque landscapes, characterized by rolling hills, lavender fields, and olive groves, the region offers an idyllic backdrop for its vineyards. The Mediterranean climate, marked by warm days and cool nights, provides optimal conditions for grape cultivation. While rosé is undoubtedly the star of Provence, with its delicate hues and fresh palate, the region also produces noteworthy reds and whites. The indigenous grape varieties, such as Mourvèdre, Cinsault, and Rolle, contribute to the distinctive character of Provencal wines. Celebrated for their elegance, balance, and vibrant flavors, these wines mirror the rich history and cultural tapestry of this iconic region. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Provence?

Provence is a picturesque region located in the southeastern part of France, stretching from the lower banks of the Rhône River to the borders of Italy, and extending southwards to the Mediterranean coast. Rich in history and bathed in a warm Mediterranean climate, Provence boasts diverse landscapes ranging from snow-capped mountains and verdant valleys to sun-drenched beaches and azure coastlines. Its position along the Mediterranean Sea, coupled with its cultural tapestry influenced by Greek and Roman civilizations, makes Provence not only a hub for wine production but also a beloved destination for tourists seeking a blend of historical allure and natural beauty.

Are wines from Provence good and affordable?

Absolutely, wines from Provence have garnered a reputation for their high quality, especially their signature rosés. The region's unique terroir, influenced by the Mediterranean climate, allows for the production of wines that are aromatic, fresh, and full of character. While some premium wines from Provence, especially those from reputed estates or exceptional vintages, can command higher prices, many excellent options offer great value for their quality. The diversity of the Provencal wine portfolio ensures that wine enthusiasts can find both high-end indulgences and affordable gems that don't compromise on taste or authenticity.

What makes Provence a special wine region?

Provence's winemaking tradition dates back over 2,600 years, making it one of France's oldest wine-producing regions. Its specialness stems from a combination of factors. The region's diverse microclimates and soil types allow for the cultivation of a wide range of grape varieties. The influence of the Mistral wind, which sweeps through the region, ensures that grapes remain healthy and free from pests. Additionally, Provence's rich history, influenced by various civilizations, has infused the winemaking process with a blend of traditions and techniques that give Provencal wines their distinctive character. Moreover, the commitment to sustainable and organic farming practices by many vineyards further elevates the quality and uniqueness of the wines.

What type of wine is Provence most known for?

Provence is internationally acclaimed for its rosé wines. These rosés are celebrated for their pale, salmon-pink hue and their refreshing, crisp palate. Produced primarily from grape varieties like Grenache, Cinsault, and Mourvèdre, Provencal rosés are characterized by their notes of red berries, citrus, and hints of Provencal herbs. While rosé dominates the scene, it's worth noting that Provence also produces elegant reds and aromatic whites that resonate with the region's sun-kissed terroir.

What are the best wines from Provence?

Defining the "best" wines from Provence can be subjective, given the vast array of quality offerings. However, some names frequently resonate among wine enthusiasts and critics alike. Labels such as Domaine Tempier, Château Simone, and Clos Cibonne often receive accolades for their exemplary wines. Provence's Bandol appellation, known for its robust reds, and the Côtes de Provence AOC, home to many of the region's finest rosés, regularly produce wines that are celebrated for their depth, complexity, and embodiment of the Provencal spirit. While these are just a few names, many vineyards across Provence consistently craft wines that beautifully showcase the region's viticultural prowess.