Mont Ventoux and Les Dentelles de-Montmirail. Photo Credit: Rhône Wines
Jill BarthTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Tour de France: Mount Ventoux Wines

Contributor blog post by Jill Barth: A kindly giant who watches over the aromatic garrigue scrubland and the carefully tended vineyards, Mont Ventoux shelters wines conducive to sharing and close companionship – celebrated with a fragrant, flavourful centrepiece. ~ CHRISTOPHE TASSAN Sommelier and Rhone Ambassador THE TOUR DE FRANCE 2016 …

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Malaucene #MontVentoux @ourhouseinprovence
Explore: Travel in ProvenceOur House in ProvenceVillages Towns and Cities

Malaucène a Gateway to Mont Ventoux

Contributor blog post by Michel: One of the great things about writing a blog is getting comments on the blog or emails from readers with suggestions for villages to visit or restaurants to try. That is why we headed to Malaucène one morning back in February. …Continue reading here for Michel’s full …

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Mt Ventoux #Provence @CobblestonesandVineyards
Cheryl ShufflebothamExplore: Travel in ProvenceStay Fit in Provence

A Grueling Ride up Mont Ventoux or Relaxing at a Spa?

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Though my husband and I enjoy spending our time together meandering villages while in Provence, he feels a constant tug at his heartstrings luring him away toward something else. Being a cyclist and being in France, a cyclist’s dream, he is constantly enticed by …

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Lavender Mont Ventoux @ProvenceTayls
David & Karen TaylorExplore: Travel in Provence

The Lavender is at its best at Mont Ventoux

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: July is without doubt one of my favourite months, its reliably hot, notably this year being very settled with above average temperatures. One can breakfast outside and take lunch in the shade of the plane trees. The balmy evening temperatures are perfect too for …

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Château Pesquié Winery France #Provence #Wines
Taste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Chateau Pesquie, a Family Rooted in the Wines of Provence

Chateau Pesquie is located in what could be one of the oldest wine-producing zones in France. We know that the property dates back to approximately 1750. The winery is now run by third generation family members who are going organic, using humus-based fertilizers and who are focus on sustainable farming practices. …

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