Cotes de Provence


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Noun1.Cotes de Provence - a wine from southeastern France on the Mediterranean coast
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
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5 DAYLESFORD ORGANIC LEOUBE SPARKLING ROSE, COTES DE PROVENCE, FRANCE (PS30, Ocado) BROUGHT to us by the artisans behind Daylesford Organic, it's fresh and pure with a good degree of minerality to the cabernet franc, that suggests hints of citrus fruits and undergrowth, rather than berries.
The CHATEAU DE BERNE, CUVEE OR ROSE 2016, COTES DE PROVENCE (PS10.
Daylesford Organic Leoube Sparkling Rose, Cotes de Provence, France (PS30, Ocado) Fresh and pure with a good degree of minerality to the cabernet franc, that suggests hints of citrus fruits and undergrowth, rather than berries.
The Cotes de Provence is a Mediterranean appellation where around four fifths of production is rose.
A popular option is Chateau les Valentines Cotes de Provence La Londe Huit, which Auvet says is perfect with an octopus salad.
Berne, Grande Recolte, Cotes de Provence, 2016 (RRP PS10, Tesco, 13% abv) is an architectural bottle with statement, tall and square-edged like a cowboy's jaw - but the wine is floral, fruity and feminine.
Berne, Grande Recolte, Cotes de Provence, 2016 (RRP PS10, Tesco, 13% abv) is an architectural bottle with statement, tall and squareedged like a cowboy's jaw - but the wine is floral, fruity and feminine.
2015 Exquisite Collection Cotes de Provence Rose PS5.
The vineyard is Mount Sainte Victoire (made famous by French artist Paul Cezanne) located in the Cotes de Provence region in France, 6 miles away, Eastbound, from the famous city of Aix-En-Provence located in the Rhone Valley.
Decanter describes the Cotes de Provence rose as "charmingly pretty in color" with "a delicate structure that deepens through the palate.
A favourite, and also in a seductive shape, is Cotes de Provence Ros.
Vineyard/Vintage: Domaine du Jas d'Esclans Cotes de Provence 2003, France; $17.