Côtes de Provence
Côtes de Provence is an appellation in the southeast of France that is synonymous with dry, elegant rosé wines. There are some red wines made here, as well as a bit of white, but it is the rosé made from Carignan, Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and other Rhône varieties that makes this region shine. The wines have a telltale floral element, with notes of dried rosehips, roses, and violets. They also known for a vibrant fruit flavors of dried raspberries, cherries, and strawberries. These wines can vary in body, color, and style, but the most common are pale, dry, crisp and savory.