Each year, nearly 600 Provençal wine growers produce 174 million bottles of wine and 90% of their effort is dedicated to rosé wine. In fact, Provence rosé accounts for over 40% of all French rosé. Within Provence, each major appellation has their own unique take on rosé, which includes blending a wide variety of grapes for their individual rosé blend. Beyond rosé, the region's red Bandol and white Cassis are famed for their richness and age-worthy character.
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