The Provence cuisine and wines attracts tourists from all over the world each year.
Provence is known for its production of vegetables, fruits, olive oil and of course the renoun Provence herbs (Rosmary, thyme, oregano...). The region is ideally situated between the mediterranean sea, an inexhaustible source of fresh fish and the Alpes de Haute Provence where high quality lambs are raised.
Those colorful and flavorful ingredients combined with the Italian and Spanish influences are the base of the famous Provencal cuisine. It is not surprising that Provence is known for its abundant markets.
The sunny climate, the complex soil and the proximity to the Rhône gives perfect conditions to produce high quality wines as the Rosé de Provence but also the red wines from the iconic Villages Crus of the south of the Rhône Valley like Chateauneuf du Pape, Gigondas or Beaumes de Venise.
Provence and Wine offers a duo day package of cooking class and wine tows.