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Provence, France
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Best Wineries to Visit in Provence Vineyards

Château Vaudois
Château Vaudois
Château Vaudois

Château Vaudois

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
1-35
4.7 /5
(9 reviews)
Château De Saint Martin
Château De Saint Martin
Château De Saint Martin

Château De Saint Martin

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
1-20
Domaine De La Source
Domaine De La Source
Domaine De La Source

Domaine De La Source

Price: from 25,00 €
1-60
Domaine Terre De Mistral
Domaine Terre De Mistral
Domaine Terre De Mistral

Domaine Terre De Mistral

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 13,00 €
1-20
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Provence Wine Adventure
Provence Wine Adventure
Provence Wine Adventure

Provence Wine Adventure

Price: from 60,00 €
2-9
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Villa Baulieu Domaine
Villa Baulieu Domaine
Villa Baulieu Domaine

Villa Baulieu Domaine

Price: from 150,00 €
8-20
Musée Du Vin - Maison Brotte
Musée Du Vin - Maison Brotte
Musée Du Vin - Maison Brotte

Musée Du Vin - Maison Brotte

Instant booking
Price: from 8,00 €
1-15
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Commanderie De Peyrassol
Commanderie De Peyrassol
Commanderie De Peyrassol

Commanderie De Peyrassol

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 13,00 €
1-15
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Château la Martinette
Château la Martinette
Château la Martinette

Château la Martinette

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
2-12
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine De La Sanglière
Domaine De La Sanglière
Domaine De La Sanglière

Domaine De La Sanglière

Price: from 25,00 €
2-8
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
Domaine Sainte Marie
Domaine Sainte Marie
Domaine Sainte Marie

Domaine Sainte Marie

Price: from 10,00 €
1-20
Domaine De La Navicelle
Domaine De La Navicelle
Domaine De La Navicelle

Domaine De La Navicelle

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 15,00 €
2-25
4.5 /5
(2 reviews)
Wine Tour Golfe de Saint-Tropez
Wine Tour Golfe de Saint-Tropez
Wine Tour Golfe de Saint-Tropez

Wine Tour Golfe de Saint-Tropez

Instant booking
Price: from 69,00 €
2-10
Domaine La Courtade
Domaine La Courtade
Domaine La Courtade

Domaine La Courtade

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
2-30
Château de la Clapière
Château de la Clapière
Château de la Clapière

Château de la Clapière

Price: from 25,00 €
2-20
5 /5
(2 reviews)
Château La Tour De L'evêque
Château La Tour De L'evêque
Château La Tour De L'evêque

Château La Tour De L'evêque

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 12,00 €
1-10
Domaine De La Mongestine
Domaine De La Mongestine
Domaine De La Mongestine

Domaine De La Mongestine

Instant booking Organic Viticulture
Price: from 18,00 €
4-10
5 /5
(1 reviews)
Château Des Garcinières
Château Des Garcinières
Château Des Garcinières

Château Des Garcinières

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 18,00 €
6-20
Château De L'escarelle
Château De L'escarelle
Château De L'escarelle

Château De L'escarelle

Organic Viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
10-20
Le Coam Aix-en-provence
Le Coam Aix-en-provence
Le Coam Aix-en-provence

Le Coam Aix-en-provence

Instant booking
Price: from 75,00 €
1-20
Domaine La Gayolle
Domaine La Gayolle
Domaine La Gayolle

Domaine La Gayolle

Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 10,00 €
10-20
Domaine Des Peyre
Domaine Des Peyre
Domaine Des Peyre

Domaine Des Peyre

Instant booking Reasoned viticulture
Price: from 0,00 €
1-30
4.8 /5
(6 reviews)
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Best cities to visit in Provence, France

Aix-en-Provence
Aix-en-Provence
4.3/5 (3584 reviews)
19 experiences
Passing through Aix-en-Provence and want to visit the surroundings? If you like wine and tourism, you have come to the right place. We have prepared a list of oenological experiences not to be missed, whether in terms of visits, workshops or ...

Marseille
4.2/5 (7517 reviews)
18 experiences
Marseille is the second-largest city in France and is located along the Mediterranean coast. It’s also home to some world-class wineries and wine producers in France. A great starting point to enjoy some of the best wine tours and tastings ...
Marseille

Nice
Nice
4.7/5 (1434 reviews)
22 experiences
Nice, a city located in the Provence region of France along the French Riviera, is a popular tourist destination for wine lovers across the globe. With acclaimed wine cellars, wine tours, and various private tours, this city is known worldwid...

Avignon
5/5 (3003 reviews)
67 experiences
Meet the winegrowers for a visit to the estate in and around Avignon. You will find a good number of guided tours offered by Winalist's partner wine estates. During a day or a few hours, you discover the castles, cellars and vineyards of the ...
Avignon

Bandol
Bandol
4.5/5 (1788 reviews)
27 experiences
Bandol is a town located on the Mediterranean coast of France and a key appellation in the Provence wine region of France. It's known for its vineyards and wines, which you can taste by taking delicious wine tours at wineries in Bandol. The B...

Saint-Tropez
4.6/5 (9030 reviews)
33 experiences
Saint-Tropez is a city located along the French Riviera that many people associate with glamor, elegance and wealth. Saint-Tropez wine tours and wine tastings are an idea way to see the Saint Tropez area and taste the unique flavors of the Pr...
Saint-Tropez

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What to know before visiting Provence wine region

How do I book a wine weekend in Provence? +

Winalist makes wine tourism in Provence seamless for you. Thanks to our search platform, you can discover the wine experiences that suit you (or your group) best. Select your next ideal Provence wine experience by entering your search criteria. Book your experience at the date and time of your choice. Once your activity has been booked, you will receive a confirmation and a reminder. Winalist is the preferred wine tourism platform in Provence and France.

What are the most beautiful villages to visit in Provence? +

The region has 7 villages classified among the “most beautiful villages in France”. In the Luberon, make sure to visit visit Roussillon, Ménerbes, Ansouis or Gordes and of course Lourmarin. The Haut-Vaucluse shelters the village of Séguret, and finally Venasque is in the Comtat Venaissin.

When is the best time to visit Provence for wine tasting? +

Provence is a gorgeous wine region with many different appellations and styles of wines. Some of the best vineyards are located in Provence, which are known for producing excellent wines that can rival those from Burgundy or Bordeaux. The weather in this region is generally warm but not too hot during spring and fall and very pleasant during summer – so it’s easy to understand why most people decide to visit this area during these times of year.

However, an important thing you need to remember when planning your trip is that Provence has two distinct seasons: Spring (March-May) and Fall (September-November).

What types of wines do wineries in Provence produce? +

Provence vineyards produce a wide range of wines, but its most well-known for its rosé varieties. Rosé accounts for almost 75% of Provence’s wine production.

You can taste the Premiers Crus in the company of local French winegrowers in a château or a Winalist partner estate. There are wine tasting activities at all prices and for all tastes in Provence. Located in France, Provence vineyards are known for their rosé wines but will also surprise you with its delicious white wines, such as the ugni blanc.

Which wineries in the Provence wine region region are open today? +
To discover wineries, cellars and chateaux that are open today in the region Provence wine region, click here.
What are the names of the wine regions in Provence wine region? +
What are the wineries that accept groups in the Provence wine region region? +
Here are the wine estates that can accommodate groups of 8 people minimum in the Provence wine region for a visit and tasting: See all domains that can accommodate groups in the region Provence wine region.
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Which wineries offer experiences for families in the Provence wine region region? +
The estates that offer the best wine experiences for families are: View all family-friendly estates in region Provence wine region.
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The main cities to visit in the region Provence wine region are:

Appellations in Provence

Book your wine experiences in wineries, museums or guided tours in the region of Provence. Instant booking without fee.

Provence, a wine region in the south of France just two hours inland from the Mediterranean coast, is known for its beautiful scenery, cultural history, and charm. The Provence wine region has long been famous for its red wines, such as rosés from Tavel. Winalist will help you understand which wine experiences in Provence are the best fitting for your preferences. You can use our wine experience search tool to find the best wineries in Provence.


Provence, France Wine Highlights

  • Close to the beautiful French Riviera

  • Known for delicious rose wines

  • A charming and glamorous escape in the South of France


About Provence Wine Tasting 


Provence is located in the southeast of France, near Italy. The region makes up a large part of southern France, and Provence wines are some of the best in the world.


Winalist curates the most popular wine tours and experiences in Provence, but many of these tours also allow you to customize your itinerary. Similarly, Winalist works with various wine hosts who will help customize the best wine experience for you or your group. From one-day to multi-day excursions, our professional guides will help you experience Provence in the best way possible.


Provence Wine Tasting Routes & Itineraries


While you’re visiting Provence, we recommend you take full advantage of the many Provençal wine estates between the Alps and the Mediterranean, from Nice to Arles. You may also wish to discover the Provençal landscape between massifs (groups of mountains) and olive trees. 


Winalist invites you to discover this spectacular region of France by scheduling an exclusive experience through our white-glove booking platform. We offer numerous visits to ancient castles and unparalleled tastings in Provence - all of which you can find by booking guided tours or excursions through our search tool. What could be better than discovering the wines of Provence directly through a winegrower whose technique has been passed down through generations? Or, by sharing a winegrower's meal or a picnic in Provence with friends or learning winemaking in one of our oenological workshops? 


Whether you are planning a corporate event, a romantic getaway, or simply want to explore Provence with your friends, Winalist is here to make your dream trip to Provence as easy as possible. Our partners’ curated itineraries are designed for groups and individuals alike.


You can book your wine experiences in wineries, museums, or guided tours in the region of Provence instantly and with no booking fees through Winalist’s platform. Discover in just a few clicks how to visit vineyards near Bandol or the cellars and tastings in Marseille - all in the Provence region. Explore the hills of Provence and soak in their history. After this, stroll through the beautiful villages of the Provençal vineyards. To learn more about the grape varieties and the terroir of Provence, you can visit castles followed by a tasting in Avignon with Winalist, or even book a Provence wine tour from Nice, Cassis, or Arles.


The wine routes in Provence


The Aix-en-Provence wine route between Châteauneuf-le-Rouge and Lourmarin lets you discover the particularities of Provence’s charming local terroir. Starting in Châteauneuf-le-Rouge, you will learn about the production of olive oil and wine (such as Château Paradis or Château de la Galinière) and by passing through beautiful villages before ending your trip in Lourmarin. 


The Côtes de Provence road in the Saint-Tropez region takes you to discover the areas of Mediterranean winegrowers and producers during a Provence vineyard tour. The Domaine de la Croix (classified growth) or Château de Berne are also worth a visit. A few kilometers before Saint-Tropez, along the French Riviera, the Château de Saint-Maur also offers you beautiful cuvées. Less known, but just as charming, the Bandol road and the Nice wine route will amaze you.


How to get to the Provence Region of France


Visiting Provence is easy. Provence is located in the south of France, on the Mediterranean coast. It only takes around 2 hours by car to reach Provence from Nice or Cassis. One of this region’s most popular and accessible cities, Marseille, makes getting to Provence vineyards easy whether you travel by plane, train, or bus. The region is also easily accessible by car from Paris or Marseille airport. If you need help understanding how you can most easily get to Provence, reach out to Winalist or your preferred Provence wine tour provider.


History of Winemaking in Provence, France


Located in southern France, Provence has been producing wine since ancient times. The Romans were the first to cultivate grapes in Provence, although it wasn’t until the Middle Ages that viticulture was established on a commercial scale. Over time, many winemakers have made an impact on the industry and left their mark on its landscape.

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