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Discover our selection of the best wines from Provence
The great Provence wines and Bandol feed a passionate relationship of the winegrowers. In Provence, the production of Rosé wine has long been a specialty. They are often considered the best rosé wines in the world.
In the heart of this gorgeous region, nestled in a coastal bay a stone’s throw from Saint Tropez, on one of the most beautiful protected vineyard in Europe, the Léoube estate is rooted between the sea and the hills, offering a unique terroir: 68 hectares of vines.
Les Domaines Bunan
Tradition serves as a touchstone for the Domaines Bunan. Tradition upheld and enriched day after day by the progress of modern nology, allowing only those improvements which facilitate and serve tradition. Reds, roses and whites are made in the traditionnal manner, each strain of grape being vinified separately, after rigourous screening of fruit during hand picking and careful transport to avoid crushing the bunches.
All vinification, maturation and storage is temperature-controlled in our plant and cellars.
Particularly delicious, with aromas of fruit and flowers, are the white wines. These pale golden wines represent only 5% of the regions output.
The rosé wines, although pale in colour are far from being pale in taste.
It is the red wines that are the pick of the crop. Dark garnet, they are rich in tannins and can be a little rude in their youth. All they ask is the time to mature and to develope their bouquet of red fruits, slightly peppery, with hints of liquorice and vanilla. They are an excellent accompaniment to game and red meats in sauce.
Côtes de Provence vineyard
The rosés are very varied in colour, aroma and flavour, but when they come from a good producer they remain excellent throughout the meal, particularly on a nice sunny day.
Over 60% of the total output is of these rosé wines.
The reds wines, little known or even unknown, often merit the sometimes mediocre reputation they have gained with some southern consumers. They are sometimes light, fresh and impish, perfect accompaniments to grilled meats particularly lamb. Sometimes they can be powerful, warm and with a strong bouquet, perfect for dishes with a sauce, quite as good as some “great” wines from the Bourgogne, Bordeaux or the Côtes du Rhône.