The Cótes de Provence is home to many of France’s finest rosé wines. These dry rosés are a study in delicacy and finesse, light and yet so flavorful. As many visitors to the region have discovered, these wines are the perfect sip for warm summer days and nights, and are especially well suited to cold salads, appetizers and fresh seafood.Château de Pampelonne produces an excellent red wine and a modest amount of white wine, but it is the Côtes de Provence Rosé for which the estate is best known. In addition to the classic rosé cépages of Grenache and Cinsault, Pampelonne also uses Tibouren in the blend. This ancient Greek variety, now unique to this area of France, lends aromatic intensity to some of Provence's finest rosés.