Specific grapes for rosé
Cinsault, Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Tibouren
& also : Carignan, Cabernet, Caladoc, Sauvignon & Counoise
Rolle, Ugni blanc, Clairette, Sémillon, Bourboulenc, Grenache blanc & Sauvignon blanc
Blending, a tradition
• A minimum of 2 grape varieties for Wines of Provence rosé vinification
• Grape varieties are vinified separately or together
• Blending combine individual qualities of each variety
• Pigments and tannins from grapes skin give Rosé : color, aromas and characte
Diversity Of Rosé Aromas
Provence AOC rosé wines are identifiable by their palette of light colours with shades of pink or orange, in bright, limpid tones.
Less than 4 grams per litre
Provence, French champion of organic and responsible agriculture
Provence is the first French region for organic and responsible agriculture, with an average 20% of Provençal vineyards while the national average is 9%. Here are a few environmental labels you can find when taking a look at Provence wines.
has to do with responsible agriculture, only for viticulture. Allows the use of chemical substances on the vines when it is necessary, in order to insure the vineyards economic profitability.
High Environmental Value : describes farms/vineyards involved in approaches which are particularly respectful towards the environment.
Organic Agriculture : production process which forbids the use of any synthetic, chemical products or GMO and restricts the use of inputs.
Already certified AB (organic agriculture), and goes further.Specific biodynamic practices center around three ground principles.