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Lorgues is in the region of the Côte de Provence wines.Provence, in southeastern France, is the oldest wine-producing region in the country. Wine has been made in this region for at least 2600 years since the ancient Greeks founded the city of Marseille in 600 BC.Provence has a classic Mediterranean climate, with the large sea forming its southern border. Provence has eight major wine regions with AOC designations. The Côtes de Provence is the largest followed by Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence. Other significant wine regions include Les Baux-de-Provence, Coteaux Varois, Coteaux de Pierrevert, Bandol, Cassis, Bellet and Palette.

Today the region is known predominately for its rosé wine, though wine critics such as Tom Stevenson believe that region's best wines are the spicy, full flavoured red wines. Rosé wine currently accounts for more than half of the production of Provençal wine with red wine accounting for about a third of the region's production.


CHATEAU DE BERNE. Lorgues, France.

Chateau de Berne - Best Wineries of Provence

Chateau de Berne

Wine-making has been a real way of life at Chateau de Berne since 1750 and 200 of the Estate´s 1500 acres are covered in vines. The temperate climate of Provence soil is perfect for the production of wold-renowed wines.

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