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Tasting of Côteaux Varois en Provence Rosé 2015

Mid-April saw the round of tastings introducing the new 2015 Provence wine vintage came to a close with that for Côteaux Varois en Provence. Held in a beautiful location, it is the prettiest and most enjoyable of all the tastings.

…Continue reading here for details on this springtime wine tasting at Abbaye de Celles in Brignoles. Our contributor and Master of Wine writes about this wine tasting event held at the home of Maison des Vins des Coteaux Varois en Provence and one of Alain Ducasse’s restaurants – no doubt the food and wine were exceptional. Find out by reading Elizabeth’s post about the 49 rosés that were sampled in a blind tasting.

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Elizabeth Gabay

Elizabeth Gabay

I first started coming to Provence regularly in the mid-1980s when, with my family, we invested in a small cottage in the central Var. I started to specialise in the wines of the area, selling them in the UK – way before Provencal rosé became fashionable. A 10 year pause in the 1990s while I worked at the Master of Wine degree, got married and had my two children before we decided to make a move to France full time. Based to the north of the wine region of Bellet and Nice since 2002, I write about the wines of south east France and Liguria (as well as other countries). I particularly enjoy the cultural and historical background to wine and some of the more obscure facts.

Visit Elizabeth Gabay MW here as she covers south eastern France (and related topics).

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