This 26 centuries old vineyard is considered to be the oldest of France. 2600 years ago, Phocaeans brought vines in the country. After the fall of the Roman Empire, it developed again only during the High Middle Ages, driven by monastic orders. Located between the Mediterranean and the Alpes, the Provence vineyard extends over 200 kilometres from west to east. Its relief is much diversified and is constituted of two great geological blocks. The Provence is a historical specialist of rosé and seduces by its sensational fruit and its generosity. The Bandol, Coteaux Varois en Provence, Côtes de Provence, Sainte-Victoire, Baux de Provence or even IGP Mediterranee and Vaucluse appellations are also the birthplace of quality red and white wines.