Making rosé wines has been a specialty in Provence for generations, an integral part of the "art of living" the region is so well known for. Provence's climate, soils and grape varieties are all perfectly suited for rosé winemaking.

With an average of 141 million bottles of AOC Rosé produced each year, Provence is the leading region in France, representing 35% of domestic production and approximately 5.6% of worldwide Rosé wine production.

Provence is also the only winegrowing region to devote over 88% of its production to rosé wines.

The know-how of the region's winemakers, based on centuries of experience, has made Provence synonymous with Rosé wine for consumers, much more so than for any other region. Consumers immediately associate the region's winemakers with Rosé wines.

La Provence et le rosé
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