Alpilles Red opens with notes of guarigues, red fruits, and leather on the nose. Elegant, fresh and deep attack where the notes of fruits are well balanced by mellowed tannins, a good acidity in the background and hints of balckpepper and other spices in the long and clean finish.
This southern French region is famous for its rosé wines. Bordered by the Mediterranean, wine has been made here for over 2600 years, making it the oldest wine-producing region of the country.
Mediterranean climate with mountain influence
Domaine de Trévallon
The soils in Provence are very diverse and contribute to the character of the wines. Throughout Provence, wild, resinous shrubs like rosemary, juniper, thyme, and lavender grow on limestone, clay or schist and add complexity to the wines. Provence is also home to a wonderful climate, offering the vines the perfect environment to thrive. The gentle slopes throughout the region and the history of winemaking in Provence also contribute to the range and quality of wines currently produced.