To pair with our leftover bifteki burgers, we opted to try another rosé we bought at random while grocery shopping. Since we are basically limited in our wine options here on the island, we chose several rosés to pair with our pork dishes. Rosés are the main wine that come from the Côtes de Provence region. It is believed that 50% of the rosé wine made in France comes from the Côtes de Provence area, which is located on the French Riviera. The rosés from this region tend to be more dry and fruit forward. I could not really find much information about the winery but this was definitely a decent choice for just an every day drinking wine.
About Erin De Santiago
Erin is a freelance travel, food, wine, and Disney Theme Parks writer splitting time between Belize and the Netherlands. She has written for outlets like Viator, TripAdvisor, Roam Right Travel Insurance, Expedia, Hipmunk, Trivago, MasterCard, and is AFAR Magazine's Belize expert. Erin was the primary author for Belize's official visitor magazine in 2013, and the English language editor for a renowned Spanish chef's second cookbook. Erin also holds a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) designation and has traveled to over 60 countries on five continents in search of good food and wine, and all things Disney.