Provence wine

How to choose your holiday rosé…welcome to the land of Provence wine

So…you’ve caught the flight, hired the car, checked into the rental villa, whizzed around the supermarket and you’re exhausted. Time to buy the wine. You could just throw anything in or you could follow these tips:

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One Response

  1. Susan

    Lovely and informative website! I just watched your video and see that you recommend buying rosés with “mis en bouteille” printed on the label so that the wine you select has been made on the premises. Good advice. I also read that you are not a huge fan of Miraval rosé. To add to your list of reasons why you are not a big fan, you might add that it is not (fully) made on the Miraval premises. According to Perrin, in his response to my question about where the wine is made, “Once the wines are ‘finished,’ they are shipped [to] Famille Perrin for elevage and bottling.” Thought you’d be interested to know.


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