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Domaine TEMPIER ROSE 2023

Domaine TEMPIER ROSE 2023

Appellation : BANDOL
Millésime : 2023
Color : Rosé
Price
€30.10 TTC
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Domaine  TEMPIER 2021

Domaine TEMPIER 2021

Appellation : BANDOL BLANC
Millésime : 2021
Color : Blanc sec
Price
€33.40 TTC
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Domaine  TEMPIER 2017

Domaine TEMPIER 2017

Appellation : BANDOL BLANC
Millésime : 2017
Color : Blanc sec
Price
€33.40 TTC
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LUSH BLUSH

LUSH BLUSH

Appellation : COTES DE PROVENCE ROSE
Color : Rosé
-30% Regular price €52.90
Price
€37.03 TTC
  • -30%
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Domaine  GOURT DE MAUTENS 2014

Domaine GOURT DE MAUTENS 2014

Appellation : VDP DU VAUCLUSE
Millésime : 2014
Color : Blanc sec
Price
€59.40 TTC

The Provence region, located in the southeast of France, is globally renowned for its stunning Mediterranean landscapes and iconic wines. Bathed in sunshine, the region enjoys a warm and dry climate, ideal for grape cultivation. Provence is famous for its rosé wines, which represent a significant portion of its production.

Provence rosé wines are appreciated for their freshness, lightness, and delicate aromas of red fruits, citrus, and flowers. They are perfect for accompanying summer meals and outdoor relaxation.

In addition to rosé wines, Provence also produces quality red and white wines. The grape varieties used in the region include Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvèdre for red and rosé wines, as well as Rolle (Vermentino) and Ugni Blanc for white wines.

Corsica, a Mediterranean island off the southeastern coast of France, has a long and diverse winemaking tradition. Corsican wines are made from unique indigenous grape varieties, giving them a distinct identity.

Among the most common grape varieties in Corsica are Niellucciu (Sangiovese) for red wines, Sciaccarellu for rosé wines, and Vermentinu (Vermentino) for white wines. Corsican red wines are renowned for their full-bodied character, with aromas of black fruits, spices, and aromatic herbs. Rosé wines are fresh and fruity, with floral and citrus nuances. As for white wines, they stand out for their freshness, liveliness, and notes of white-fleshed fruits and Mediterranean scrubland.

Corsica offers different appellations, some of which are particularly renowned, such as AOC Patrimonio for red wines, AOC Ajaccio for red and rosé wines, and AOC Ajaccio and AOC Figari for white wines.

Whether in Provence or Corsica, the wines from these Mediterranean regions offer a true immersion into the flavors and aromas of southern France. They are an expression of the terroir and the expertise of local winemakers, appreciated both by locals and visitors from around the world. These sunny wines are perfect for pairing with a variety of Mediterranean dishes, from local specialties to seafood, cheeses, and summer dishes. They are an invitation to discovery and conviviality, encouraging us to share a glass of wine in joy and good company.

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