Chic, sophisticated and subtle.

Coat de prov-onse
Official Name

Côtes de Provence is a paler than pale rosé, with a flavour to match it’s colour. But don’t think it’s wishy washy,the flavours are just more delicate than the in-your-face rosés on the map, even thought share that characteristic strawberry and redcurrant character. The key thing to remember is that is crisp and dry, not at all sweet like blush wines. Côtes de Provence comes from the sunny South of France where vineyards, sunflowers and lavender fields create a picture perfect landscape and is really best when drunk ice cold in the sunshine.

Things you should know

Top Tip: It's quite an exclusive area, making the wine a bit pricier - so it's better for sharing with a close friend than a gang of pals.
Specific Food Match: An excellent accompaniment for a light lunch, particularly if it involves some cheese straws or gougeres.
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