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Wines for A Summer Stroll through Southern France

Wines for A Summer Stroll through Southern France

Imagine you're traveling along France’s Southern coastline. Every stop along the way has something new. Take a stroll along a sandy beach, through an orchard or vineyard. Take in the historical monuments, baroque architecture and limestone mansions. Stop and rest at one of the many sidewalk cafés then shop the busy markets. Wherever you go, don’t forget to sip and savour the region’s delicious wines.

The Wines of Provence Provence was once home to painter Paul Cézanne (1839–1906); F. Scott Fitzgeral (1896–1940) who, while in Provence, wrote The Great Gatsby; and Renaissance physician/clairvoyant, Michel de Nostredame aka: Nostradamus (1503–1566). Here you'll find exquisite cuisine such as: Tapanade...

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