The Best Rosé Wines from Provence in France-Vintage 2020

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Rosé Wine has long been Provence’s calling card. The south of France is blessed with a balmy Mediterranean climate and boundless sunshine hours. The Mistral, a powerful wind, keeps the vineyards dry and the skies bright. The landscape is diverse, covered in fragrant shrub called garrigue, which features rosemary, wild thyme and juniper, then there are lavender fields and of course, wine. Notes of rose petals, fresh strawberry and luscious honeydew melon make Rosé wines the perfect summer drink. Here is Falstaff’s selection of the best.