Rolle Wines

Rolle wine, also known as Vermentino, has its origin in the Mediterranean region. It is believed to have originated in Italy, specifically in the Ligurian and Tuscan regions. Over time, this grape variety made its way to France, where it is commonly known as Rolle. The name "Rolle" is derived from the French word "roule," meaning "to roll," which describes the round shape of the grape clusters.

Rolle wine is known for its refreshing and vibrant taste profile. It typically exhibits citrusy notes of lemon, lime, and grapefruit, along with hints of tropical fruits like pineapple and melon. The wine is often described as crisp and dry, with a medium body and a zesty acidity that adds a lively freshness to the palate. It is also known for its mineral character, which gives it a distinct and unique taste.

The best areas to produce Rolle wine are found in the coastal regions of the Mediterranean. In France, the Provence and Corsica regions are renowned for their production of high-quality Rolle wines.

Porquerolles Rosé

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