The Best Wine Tasting & Tours In Provence

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Wine Tasting & Tours in Provence2021-02-19T22:42:22+00:00

Wine Tastings and Tours in Provence

There is a wide range of activities for you to do in Provence to fully discover this magical region. While driving along endless lavender camps, look for wine tastings and tours in Provence and stop to taste some high-quality wine. There are endless possibilities for wine tastings and tours in Provence. Here, you can enjoy a glass of beautifully crafted AOC Rosé in the breathtaking surroundings of the South of France. We are here to help you to choose the best option for your wine tasting trip!


At WineTourism.com, we provide a wide selection of wine tastings and tours in Provence together with our local partner wineries. Below you will find a list of wine tastings and tours in Provence with a direct booking option and a map of the region with the exact location of each winery. Choose your favorite wine tasting in Provence or the winery tour, let us know and we will guaranty your memorable experience.

Château de Berne, one of our partner wineries in Provence

Browse through the best selection of exciting wine tasting and tours in Provence

Give yourself a break at Villa Baulieu

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Villa Baulieu Demeure 5 *****, Route de Beaulieu, Rognes, France

Gourmet Lunch or Dinner for 2 people at Domaine de la Font des Pères

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Domaine de la Font des Pères, Chemin de Pontillaou, Le Beausset, France
Domaine de La Font des Pères
Gourmet stay at Domaine de la Font des Pères

Come and be pampered for 2 days at the estate at Domaine de La Font des Pères

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Domaine de la Font des Pères, Chemin de Pontillaou, Le Beausset, France

Hotel and restaurant at Château de Berne

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Château de Berne, Chemin des Imberts, Flayosc, France

Discover the spirit of a Provençal farm at Château Saint Roux

175 €
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Château Saint Roux, Le Cannet-des-Maures, France

Massage in the Rose Garden at Villa Baulieu

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Villa Baulieu Demeure 5 *****, Route de Beaulieu, Rognes, France

Come and relax for 2 days at the estate at Domaine de La Font des Pères

120 €
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Domaine de la Font des Pères, Chemin de Pontillaou, Le Beausset, France

Discover the Wine & Truffle experience and spend the night at Villa Baulieu

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Villa Baulieu Demeure 5 *****, Route de Beaulieu, Rognes, France
Château des Bertrands
Villa at Château des Bertrands

Choose the ultime Provençal experience at Château des Bertrands

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Chateau des Bertrands, Route de la Garde Freinet, Le Cannet-des-Maures, France

A complete experience for wine and truffle lovers at Villa Baulieu

160 €
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Villa Baulieu Demeure 5 *****, Route de Beaulieu, Rognes, France

Immerse yourself in Provence at Villa Baulieu

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Villa Baulieu Demeure 5 *****, Route de Beaulieu, Rognes, France

Savor the taste during a vintage wine tasting in the heart of the cellar and a tour at Château Bas

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Château Bas, Route de Cazan, Vernègues, France

Map of Provence Wine Tasting and Tours

Discover the locations of wine tasting and tours in Provence

How to Get to Provence

Tips on how to reach wine tastings and tours in Provence by different means of transportation.

Provence wine region is accessible by air thanks to two main airports: the international airport in Nice (NCE) is very close to the eastern appellations, while the Marseille-Provence airport (MRS) serves the western sub-regions.

Wine tastings and tours offered by wineries in the Côte de Provence appellation are closer to Nice, while wine tastings and tours available in the Côte d’Aix-en-Provence are more accessible from Marseille.

If you decide to discover wine tastings and tours in Provence by car, or decide to rent a car at the airport or at the train station, there are several roads you can follow to reach a lot of wineries in the Provence wine region. Here are some suggestions:

1. Brignoles/La Celle/Tourves/Saint Maximin-La-Sainte-Baume/Ollières/Pourcieux/Pourrières (40km)

2. Brignoles/Le Val/Correns/Châteauvert/Barjols/Pontevès/Cotignac/Entrecasteaux/Saint Antoinin du Var (64km)

3. Brignoles/Rocbaron/Garéoult/Néoules/La Roquebrussane/Nans les Pins (55km)

4. Bandol/Saint Cyr sur Mer/La Cadiere d’Azur/Le Castellet/Le Beausset/Sainte Anne d’Évenos (27km)

5. Aix en Provence/Puyricard/Venelles/Le Puy Sainte Réparade/Rognes/Lambesc (42km)

The rail service in France is very efficient and widespread. The main stations in Provence are Marseille, Aix-en-Provence and Avignon. From here you can easily move with regional trains or other means of transport to reach wine tastings and tours in Provence. TGV trains arrive here from the main French cities. From Paris just ask for a ticket on the TGV Méditerranée.

Other train destinations in Provence are Cannes, Nice and Toulon, which is on the coast between Marseille and Nice.

Read More about Wine Tastings and Tours in Provence

Everything you need to know before you experience wine tastings and tours in Provence

Wine tasting and tours in Provence are organized by all wineries across the several appellations of the region. Each wine tasting experience is unique and it represents the soul and history of the winery that offers it.

All wine tastings and tours in Provence offer visitors the possibility to try several wine varieties paired with local food, olive oil, and cheese. Cellar tours are provided by almost all wineries, together with a complete tour of the estate. In some cases, an expert winemaker will accompany visitors to the vineyards and explain how the vines grow.

During wine tastings and tours in Provence, you will have for sure the possibility to try one or more than one Provence AOC (Appellation d’Origine Controllée) Rosé.


Depending on the grapes used to produce the rosé and the fermentation process, these apparently very similar wines develop their own taste.


Rosé wines that underwent a controlled fermentation have a more exotic flavor and feature aromas of pineapple and exotic fruits. These wines also have a distinctive citrus flavor.

Rosé wines vinified by direct press are more flowery and possess very sweet candy flavor. If the grape macerates with the skin, then the result will be a strong berry aroma.

Other rosés have a stronger character and present aromas of spices, such as cinnamon and pepper, on the palate.

Provence is beautiful and welcoming every season of the year because of its climate and geographical position. However, the best season to take part in wine tastings and tours in Provence are either spring, especially April and May, or the beginning of autumn.

Summer it’s a very hot season in Provence, and due to the presence of several famous seaside destinations, such as St. Tropez, the whole region becomes very crowded. Plus, the more you move away from the coast, the more the climate becomes dry and hot. But from mid-June to mid-July, lavender fields all over Provence start to flower and it might be great to go for wine tastings and tours in Provence while driving across wonderful lilac fields.

Provence is a gorgeous region that has a lot to offer to visitors. In between wine tastings and tours, don’t forget to visit some of the great cities around the region.

– Marseille is the capital city of the whole Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region and it’s one of the most famous maritime cities in France. Marseille is a vibrant city that is dominated by the monument of Notre Dame de la Garde. From the hill where the sanctuary is, you will profit from a stunning view over the old port and the entire city.

– The luxurious seaside resort of St. Tropez is famous for being the favourite holiday destination of many A-List superstars. There are almost 40 beaches around the town, but there are actually many more yachts parked in the port.

– Arles is an eclectic city famous for its Roman legacy. Here, you can still see the incredible amphitheater and the Baths of Constantine. Arles is also famous for having been the home of several famous painters, to name a few Picasso and Van Gogh.


While driving around the Côte d’Aix-en-Provence sub-region, you will see Mont Sainte Victoire, a limestone mountain that became famous around the world for being the favorite subject of impressionist painter Paul Cézanne.

For more travel tips, have a look at our Travel Guide to Provence Wine Region.

Some words to remember before you visit experience wine tastings and tours in Provence:

  • “Vignoble” – Winery
  • “Vin” – Wine
  • “Vignoble” – Vineyard
  • “Vigne” – Vine
  • “Dégustaction de vins” – Wine tasting
  • “Cave à vins” – Wine cellar
  • “Vin rouge” – Red wine
  • “Vin blanc – White wine
  • “Vin rosé” – Rosé wine

If you want to say cheers in France, you definitely need to take some language classes.

Depending on the context, you can say “À ta santé! or “À la tienne!” if you are cheering with only one person. In case you are with a group of people, you can say  “A votre santé!” or if you would like to offer a toast, start your sentence with “À la santé de…!”

Frequently Asked Questions about Wine Tastings and Tours in Provence, France

A guide to help you out with answers to the most frequently asked questions about Provence and experiences related to wine tasting and tours.

These places provide the best wine tours & tastings and in Provence for travellers on a budget:

During a visit at a winery in Provence for a wine tasting and tour experience you can expect to both taste wines and experience the landscape of Provence. Different wineries in Provence offer different types of setups for the tasting and tours but most experiences take at least 1 hour. For each wine tasting and tour experience for Provence presented on our website, you will see a bullet point list of what you can expect to experience.

Use our interactive Provence map to browse wine tastings and tours close to Nice, Toulon and Aix-en-Provence.