Provence’s rosé wines are acclaimed worldwide, but its very-varied winegrowing terroirs are far less well-known. The Côtes-de-Provence appellation alone spans six major areas stretching from East to West.

Château de Berne is located on the “Haut-Pays” terroir, comprising chalky hills and valleys. This little-known and secretive inland area of Provence yields well-structured red wines and delicate whites and rosés.

The estate is protected by 889 acres of forest. The cool nights of the Haut-Var ensure that the grapes ripen slowly and optimally. Although the rosés mature later, they are well-structured wines with good body that are particularly well suited to contemporary food and wine pairings.