Wine tourism in Provence: Visit the vineyards of the South of France

Known for its rosé wines, Provence is also a region of red wines. Between the Alps and the Mediterranean, from Nice to Arles, come and discover the Provencal landscape between massifs and olive trees. Winalist invites you to discover this spectacular region, enjoying the most beautiful landscapes around a glass of wine.

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Discover the wines of Provence during an authentic experience

Three appellations make up the vast majority of the region's wines: Côtes de Provence , Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, and Coteaux de Varois in Provence . The vineyard extends between the Var and the Bouches-du-Rhône, as well as part of the Alpes Maritimes. According to ancient Provençal winegrowing traditions, more than 12 white and red grape varieties are thus blended to press 89% of rosé wine from all the region's wine production. Many rosé wines stand out, collect a lot of positive opinions and good marks. Wine-making workshops, tastings accompanied by cheese, weekends by the sea, the best experiences are to be discovered among our selection of wine-growing partners. Lovers of the scents of the south and the sound of cicadas, come to Provence. You will always find an authentic wine experience at a Winalist partner.

Visits and tastings in the Provence region

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The wine routes in Provence

The Aix-en-Provence wine route between Châteauneuf-le-Rouge and Lourmarin makes you discover the peculiarities of the local terroir. You will learn everything there is to know about olive oil production, while visiting beautiful vineyards (Chateau Paradis, Chateau de la Galinière) and pass through beautiful villages before ending your trip in Lourmarin. The Côtes de Provence route in the Saint-Tropez region takes you on a tour of the estates of Mediterranean farmers and producers. The Domaine de la Croix (classified growth) is also worth a detour. A few kilometers before Saint-Tropez, the Château de Saint-Maur also offers you some beautiful vintages. Less known, but just as charming, the Bandol road and the Nice wine route will also amaze you.


How to book a wine weekend in Provence?

With Winalist, wine tourism in Provence is designed for you: Thanks to our research platform, discover the wine experiences that suit you. Select your next destination using your search criteria. Book your experience on the date and time of your choice. Once your activity has been booked, you will receive a confirmation, as well as a reminder. Most of our partner harvesters welcome you on Saturday and Sunday during your stay. Winalist is the leading wine tourism platform in Provence and France.

Best cities to visit in Provence

Aix-en-Provence

Discover Aix-en-Provence, the cultural capital of Provence

4.3/5 (3584 reviews)
2 experiences

Reputed to be the cultural capital of Provence and the favorite city of the French to settle because it is good to live in, its surroundings are just as charming. The wine estates present there further embellish the premises.

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Visit Nice, the capital of the Côte d'Azur

4.7/5 (1434 reviews)
8 experiences

Nice is a town located in the South East of France. It is also the economic and cultural capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the Côte d'Azur. Nice is positioned between the sea and the mountains, so it is the ideal place to meet up w...

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What you need to know before visiting Provence

+ How to book a wine weekend in Provence?
+ What are the most beautiful villages to visit in Provence?
+ When to come to Provence?

Appellations in Provence

Wine areas in Provence

Coteaux d'Aix en Provence Bandol Côte de Provence Saint-Chinian Minervois Limoux Corbières Fitou Bouches-du-Rhône Haute-Provence Var

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