Provence is a particularly special place in France where the famous rosé is made. With beautiful views and perfect weather, what’s not to like about this region? Here’s four things that we love about this area in France.
Provence is renowned for being the largest rosé-producing area in the world. Around 88% of wines made in this region are rosé! It’s pale pink colour and elegant flavours are their signature.
We’re all excited when summer arrives – especially because in the UK, we only get 1,400 hours of sun a year.
Provence get more than double the amount, averaging out at 2,900 – only 60 days without sun! This region in France is one of the sunniest places in Europe, in fact it’s even sunnier than LA and Miami.
Fields of lavender stretch across Provence.
With mountains in the background and a glass of Rosé in your hand, it’s certainly a sight to behold.
Dotted around this region, there are plenty of historic markets with some great gems to be found. From fresh food to funky clothes, these markets have it all.
If you’re tempted by this region, why not try their wines? We’re treating you to a case of 6 bottles for £45 (originally £70)! Kick start summer with this mixed case today – while stocks last!
If you’re heading to Italy this summer, why not check out our top 5 things to do when in Rome?