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La Coste Wine

La Coste winery is in the heart of Provence, France. It's known for its blend of tradition and innovation. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, the winery is a place to enjoy wine and learn about the region's culture and history.

Historical Roots

La Coste has a long history in Provence. Its vineyards have been around for centuries. The estate has had many owners. Each added their own touch. But one thing has always stayed the same. The winery is committed to making wines that reflect the local terroir.

The Terroir

Provence's unique climate and soil are great for wine-making. The warm sun, cool winds, and limestone soils create a special terroir. La Coste respects this natural setting. They use biodynamic farming. This means they farm in tune with nature and the moon.

The Range

La Coste produces different wines:

- Rosé: These wines are fresh and lively. They have tastes of red berries, citrus, and herbs.

- Red: Their red wines are strong yet graceful. They are made from grapes like Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre. They taste of dark fruit and spices.

- White: These wines are fresh and mineral-rich. They are mainly made from Vermentino grapes. They have flavours of white flowers and peach.

Modern Sensibilities

La Coste respects its past but also embraces the modern. The winery has the latest equipment. It is also a centre for contemporary art and architecture. It has sculptures, modern tasting rooms, and art spaces.

A Culinary Experience

Food is important in Provence. La Coste's restaurants offer local cuisine. They use ingredients from their organic gardens. The dishes are both traditional and new. They go well with La Coste's wines.

Visiting La Coste

Visitors can do more than taste wine. They can learn about Provence's way of life. There are guided tours of the vineyards, cellars, and art. There are also seasonal events. Guests can stay at the estate's hotel. It offers luxury and comfort.

La Coste winery is more than just a winery. It celebrates Provence. It brings together history, culture, art, and wine. Visitors can enjoy a taste of the good life among the vines and olive trees.

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