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The Wine Region of Provence

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This region has for long been a draw to both artists and to the jet set. Today it is attracting wine lovers too, as producers move beyond making cheap and cheerful rosé to producing some serious characterful wines of all colours. Best explored out of the peak summer season, our four Guides take you through historic hilltop villages, along narrow mountain roads to spectacular vineyards overlooking the sea. The writers have taken care to steer you away from the tourist traps and introduce you to the real Provence.

You will be guided from just east of the Rhône delta north of Marseille, along the sea towards Saint Tropez and up into the more interesting hillsides inland.

Inland Provence is currently the sample guide offered on the site. View or download it for free. Register now.


Aix en Provence and Les Baux

Wines from Aix en Provence and Les Baux de Provence


Bandol and Cassis

Marseille's local fine wines


Coastal Provence

Wines along the coast to Fréjus


Inland Provence

Côtes de Provence and Coteaux Varois Wines from the Hillsides

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