Explore some of the best wineries of the world with Berlinerstil’s guide to French wine and the Provence wine region. Provence is one of the oldest wine regions in the world, it’s influence on the wine making process and it’s reputation as one of the oldest wine regions in France. With four wine regions in the Provence area and many delicious types of varieties such as Rolle which pairs very well with oysters and other seafoods, you can a perfect pairing for your trip to the South of France. If you are looking to explore the best wine in the area it might be good to know where to shop and what to look for. Located close to Italy, the Côte d’Azur region of France is known for its delicious wines.
Provence Wine Tasting Options
In Toulon you can find wine tasting opportunities and Berlinerstil looks to explore these wine tasting opportunities. Wine tasting in Provence and the best wines coming from Southern France.
- Ugni Blanc (aka Trebbiano)
- Rolle (aka Vermentino)
- Grenache Blanc
There is this wine store and cellar called Le Comptoir de la Font des Pères where we may want to begin our journey. This place is home to Font des Pères and we plan to explore more of it’s roots in the region. Another fantastic wine of the region is Château Canadel and Domaine Terre de Mistral. These wines are incredibly tasty wines as well.
Cotes-de-Provence La Londe
We will begin with Mourvèdre. This delicious red wine grape is popular in many parts of France. Many international travelers head to Provence to taste this incredible red wine grape. With many local cafes and restaurants serving up the rosé wine of the region.