Vin de Corse et Provence : notre sélection en bio, biodynamie, nature
A warm and windy Mediterranean climate, soils of limestone and eruptive rocks give powerful and rich wines. Three main appellations in Provence: Côtes de Provence, Côteaux Varois and Côteaux d'Aix. Mourvèdre, grenache noir, cinsault, syrah, clairette, vermentino, grenache blanc, ugni are the grape varieties adapted to these conditions. A new generation of winegrowers (nature) brings freshness and drinkability to these wines. Corsica differs by the originality of its island grape varieties such as niellucio, sciacarello, bianco gentile, however often blended with the grape varieties of the continent.
Throughout the south-eastern quarter are vineyards characterized by a warm and windy Mediterranean climate, draining soils of limestone and eruptive rocks that give powerful, full-bodied and rich wines. Defined by 3 Main appellations, Côtes de Provence, Côteaux Varois and Côteaux d'Aix, the production is mainly in rosé wines with many cooperative cellars. Mourvèdre, grenache noir, cinsault, syrah, slairette, vermentino, grenache blanc, ugni are the main grape varieties adapted to extreme conditions.
A new generation of winegrowers is trying to bring freshness and drinkability to these wines, which are often heavy and lack finesse.
Under the same climate, Corsica differs by the originality of its insular grape varieties such as Niellucio, Sciacarello, Bianco Gentile, however mixed with regional grape varieties imported from the continent.
Au travers de la sélection de PetitesCaves, vous pouvez découvrir des vins bio, des vins biodynamiques, des vins nature de Provence et de Corse qui sauront vous séduire grâce au travail exceptionnel des vignerons sélectionnés.