Provence is a privileged region. Due to its weather conditions, it is one of the most outstanding wine-growing areas in France, hence any tourist that loves wines cannot skip this beautiful place.
Thus, its spectacular lavender fields are joined by huge extensions of vineyards that give rise to some of the best wines on earth.
IF there is a wine that stands out in Provence, it is rosé. What's more, the world's most popular rosé wines come from this beautiful region dotted with medieval towns and mauve landscapes.
The varieties of grapes that are located in this place are Mourvedre (often known as Monastrell) or Garnacha, among others. Provence wines are fresh and fruity with a slightly spicy flavor that hooks those who are lucky enough to try them. Similarly, they are usually dry and powerful wines.