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Provence Rose Wine

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Discover the elegance of Provence Rosé in our curated collection, perfect for sipping and savoring. Celebrated for its delicate flavours and crisp finish, Provence Rosé epitomizes summer in a glass. From vibrant fruit notes to subtle floral aromas, each bottle captures the essence of the French Riviera. Shop our selection today and transport yourself to the sunny landscapes of Provence with every delightful sip.

Discover the elegance of Provence Rosé in our curated collection, perfect for sipping and savoring. Celebrated for its delicate flavours and crisp finish, Provence Rosé epitomizes summer in a glass. From vibrant fruit notes to subtle floral aromas, each bottle captures the essence of the French Riviera. Shop our selection today and transport yourself to the sunny landscapes of Provence with every delightful sip.
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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

    $31.76
    or $30.17 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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  • Domaines Ott Chateau Romassan Bandol Rose 2020

    $88.99
    or $84.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Rameau d'Or Petit Amour Rosé 2022

    $24.99
    or $23.74 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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  • 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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  • Château Sainte Anne Bandol Rosé 2021

    $74.99
    or $71.24 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Aix Maison Saint Aix Rosé 2021 - (1500ML Magnum)

    $76.99
    or $73.14 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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  • Saint Max Cotes De Provence Rosé 2021

    $34.41
    or $32.69 in case of 6 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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  • Chateau Des Ferrages Côtes de Provence, ‘Roumery’ Rosé 2022

    $29.99
    or $28.49 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Aix Maison Saint Aix Rosé 2021 - 6L 2021

    $693.83
    or $659.14 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Aix Maison Saint Aix Rosé 2021 - 3L 2021

    $270.99
    or $257.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaines Ott ‘Clos Mireille Coeur de Grain’ Rosé 2021

    $88.99
    or $84.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Le Grand Cros ‘Domaine du Grand Cros’ Rosé Magnum 2021

    $54.99
    or $52.24 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Roquefort ‘Corail’ Rose 2021

    $31.00
    or $29.45 in case of 12 bottles.
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Provence Rosé is celebrated for its iconic pale pink color and is often regarded as the gold standard for rosé wines worldwide. Originating from the picturesque region of Provence in the south of France, these wines are crafted predominantly from a blend of red grape varieties such as Grenache, Cinsault, Provence Rosé is celebrated for its iconic pale pink color and is often regarded as the gold standard for rosé wines worldwide. Originating from the picturesque region of Provence in the south of France, these wines are crafted predominantly from a blend of red grape varieties such as Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah. The Mediterranean climate of Provence, characterized by abundant sunshine and the mistral winds, imparts a distinctive freshness and vitality to the grapes. The winemaking process in Provence is refined to enhance the delicate, subtle flavors that define rosé from this region. The grapes undergo a short maceration period, and the use of direct pressing ensures minimal color extraction from the skins, resulting in the wine's light hue and elegant flavor profile. This style of rosé not only complements a wide range of cuisines but has also become synonymous with leisure and luxury, embodying the relaxed, sun-kissed lifestyle of its French Riviera homeland. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Provence Rosé wine?

Provence Rosé wine is a style of rosé wine primarily produced in the Provence region of France, which is famous worldwide for its high-quality rosé wines. This wine is particularly known for its pale pink color, fresh and aromatic flavor profile, and its crisp, dry finish. Provence Rosé is typically made from a blend of red grape varieties, most commonly Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah, which contribute to its distinctive characteristics. The process of making Provence Rosé involves careful temperature control and limited exposure of the crushed grape skins to the juice, resulting in the wine's light color. The style emphasizes freshness, clarity, and vibrancy of flavor, with aromatic notes of red berries, citrus fruits, and floral hints, often complemented by a subtle mineral undertone. The popularity of Provence Rosé has been associated with its versatility as a wine that pairs well with a variety of dishes and settings, embodying the charm and allure of Mediterranean life.

Which wine regions make the best Provence Rosé wine?

The Provence region, located in the southeast of France along the Mediterranean coast, is unrivaled in its production of top-quality Rosé wines. Within Provence, there are several key appellations that are renowned for their exceptional Rosé, including Côtes de Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, and Bandol. Côtes de Provence is the largest appellation and is responsible for the majority of Rosé production in the region. This area benefits from a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild winters, which is ideal for growing the grapes used in Rosé production. The region’s limestone and schist soils impart a unique minerality to the wines. Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, slightly more inland, produces Rosé that is typically fuller and fruitier, while Bandol Rosés, made primarily from Mourvèdre, are noted for their richness and complexity.

What are the most popular Provence Rosé wines?

Among the most popular Provence Rosé wines are those produced by Domaines Ott, Château d’Esclans, and Château Minuty. These wineries have established a prestigious reputation for crafting some of the finest rosés in the world. Domaines Ott’s Château de Selle and Clos Mireille are iconic, epitomizing the elegance and refined style of Provence Rosé with their exquisite balance and depth. Château d’Esclans elevated the global profile of Provence Rosé with its Whispering Angel, a wine that has become synonymous with premium rosé and is admired for its delicate yet expressive flavor profile. Château Minuty’s M de Minuty is another favorite, celebrated for its vibrant freshness and purity.

What are the best value Provence Rosé wines?

For those seeking quality with affordability, there are several Provence Rosés that offer excellent value. Labels such as Mirabeau and La Vieille Ferme produce Rosé wines that are not only wallet-friendly but also deliver the characteristic freshness and flavor that Provence is known for. These wines typically provide a great introduction to the region’s rosé offerings, making them accessible for everyday enjoyment and larger gatherings.

What are the foods best paired with Provence Rosé wines?

Provence Rosé wines are incredibly food-friendly, making them versatile partners with a wide range of culinary styles. Their crisp acidity and aromatic profile pair beautifully with light salads, grilled seafood, and Mediterranean dishes such as ratatouille or niçoise salad. Provence Rosé also complements sushi and other delicate fish dishes, enhancing the flavors without overwhelming them. For a regional pairing, try it with bouillabaisse, a traditional Provençal fish stew that echoes the herbal and floral notes in the wine. Additionally, Rosé is perfect with soft cheeses like Brie and Camembert, where its acidity cuts through the richness of the cheese.