Coteaux d'Aix

Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence is a wine region located in the south of France, within the larger Provence wine region.

The Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence region is known for its rosé wines which are made from a blend of grape varieties such as Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre. The wines are characterized by their pale colour, crisp acidity and fruity flavours, which make them well-suited to be consumed as an aperitif or with seafood.

The region is also known for its red and white wines, which are made from the same grape varieties, but with different winemaking techniques. The red wines are known for their complexity and ageing potential, while the white wines are known for their floral and citrus flavours.

The region is home to many small, family-run wineries that produce high-quality wines and promote sustainable winemaking practices.

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Chateau Favori Rose

Chateau Favori, 2022, Coteaux D’Aix en Provence, Rosé

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Rosé de Provence, Chateau Favori, cuvée la Favorite

Chateau Favori, La Favorite 2021, Coteaux D’Aix en Provence, Rosé

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From £16.45 per bottle Per mix of six
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La Favorite 150cl magnum, Packshot

Chateau Favori, La Favorite 2021,Magnum 1.5ltr, Coteaux D’Aix en Provence, Rosé

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Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence is a wine region located in the south of France, within the larger Provence wine region.

The Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence region is known for its rosé wines which are made from a blend of grape varieties such as Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre. The wines are characterized by their pale colour, crisp acidity and fruity flavours, which make them well-suited to be consumed as an aperitif or with seafood.

The region is also known for its red and white wines, which are made from the same grape varieties, but with different winemaking techniques. The red wines are known for their complexity and ageing potential, while the white wines are known for their floral and citrus flavours.

The region is home to many small, family-run wineries that produce high-quality wines and promote sustainable winemaking practices.