The annual production is 250,000 hectolitres, mainly red (50%), rosé (45%) and the rest white. Sales of rosé have increased very strongly in recent years.
The red Var wine is garnet-coloured and has purple highlights. On the nose, we find ripe red and black fruits, but also spices and undergrowth smells. On the palate, the tannins are quite present and the texture is delicate. These wines go very well with grilled red meats. Their cellaring capacity is 5 years.
The reputation of rosé wines from Provence is well established, the figures speak for themselves. They have very light colors with fruity aromas and its fresh and balanced once in the mouth.
Whites have a pale colour too, but are clear and bright. The aromas of white flesh fruits and notes of garrigue are found. In the mouth, a beautiful amplitude and controlled acidity which brings freshness. This wine goes very well with grilled fish.
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