Reproduced courtesy of the About-France.com wine guide
Provence is a large wine-producing area, best-known for its rosé wines, the most famous of which are Côtes de Provence and Côteaux d’Aix. However, the Provence vineyard also produces red wines, including some very rich red wines from the Var, and “grey wine” from the Camargue area. The most famous of the area’s white wines is Bandol, celebrated since the middle ages. Note that the Provence vineyard also includes the southern end of the Côtes du Rhone AOP area.