provence

  1. Diane Gualtieri of Château Pas du Cerf and Château Camp Long on the Elegance of Provence Rosé

    Diane Gualtieri of Château Pas du Cerf and Château Camp Long on the Elegance of Provence Rosé

    Grape Collective talks with winemaker Diane Gualtieri of Château Pas du Cerf and Château Camp Long about the rich rosé history of Provence.
  2. Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Le Domaine du Bagnol and the Emergence of Cassis

    Cassis is one of the emerging wine regions in Southern France. Sébastien Genovesi, winemaker at Le Domaine du Bagnol, talks about the rich history of wine in Cassis and the terroir of the region.
  3. A Snapshot of Provence

    A Snapshot of Provence

    As the first Roman province located outside Italy, Provence takes its name from the Italian “la nostra provinicia” (“our province”) and, today, is the world’s largest wine region specializing in dry rosé.
  4. Provence’s Dark Side: Rosé Gets All the Attention, but Provencal Reds Hold Their Own

    Provence’s Dark Side: Rosé Gets All the Attention, but Provencal Reds Hold Their Own

    Sadly, Provence gets no respect as a red wine region. Admittedly not much red is made; yet some of the reds are on a par with France’s most delicious wines — and are well worth discovery.
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