Provence is a wine region in the southeastern part of France, known for producing a variety of dry, crisp, and refreshing wines. The climate is typically warm and sunny, with cooling sea breezes from the Mediterranean.
The most famous wine of Provence is rosé, which is typically made from a blend of red grape varieties such as Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, and Mourvèdre. Rosé from Provence is known for its pale pink color, delicate aromas of red berries and flowers, and a dry, crisp finish.
Other notable wines from Provence include red and white wines. Red wines are typically made from a blend of grape varieties such as Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre, and are known for their spicy, fruity flavors and full body. White wines are typically made from grapes such as Vermentino and Rolle, and are known for their bright acidity and citrus and floral aromas.