ROSÉ WINES FROM PROVENCE FEATURED IN NEW YORK CITY AND LONG ISLAND’S EAST END HOT SPOTS THIS SUMMER

 

–From Meatpacking to Montauk, sample the “gold standard” in imported rosé wines –

Fig & Olive Meatpacking: Thursdays, July 21 to August 25

Provence rosé-by-the glass pairing: Purchase a glass of Provence rosé and receive a complimentary appetizer

Four Côtes de Provence rosé wines featured weekly

Bastille Day Offerings:

Complimentary Côtes de Provence Wine and cheese tasting

Provence wine-pairing dinner @$50.00 plus tax and gratuity

416 W 13th St # 314, New York

For menu and reservations: www.figandolive.com, (212) 924-1200

Navy Beach, Summer Sundays throughout July and August Disclosure

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50% discount for magnums of Provence rosé wines from 12 Noon to 7 pm.

Served on the beach overlooking the bay for lunch, afternoon and evening at outdoor tables or sun beds.

16 Navy Road, Montauk, New York

For menu and reservations: www.navybeach.com, 631-668-6868

 

The Côtes de Provence AOC (Appellation d’Origine Controlee) is the largest appellation in Provence. Its boundaries stretch from the alpine hills of the north to Saint-Tropez on the southern coast, and west to Aix-en-Provence. It encompasses several winegrowing areas, each with geographical features that give the wines distinct personalities. The Côtes de Provence AOC accounts for 75 percent of all wines produced in Provence, with 84 percent of production being rosé. The Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins de Provence (CIVP), known in the United States as the Provence Wine Council, is an organization representing more than 600 Provence wine producers and 72 trade companies. Its mission is to promote and advance the wines of the Provence region of France. The organization’s members together produce 95 percent of Provence’s AOC wines. Its U.S. web address is www.winesofprovence.com.

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