Produced in the heart of the Côtes de Provence, Manon is the result of a careful selection of the very best plots in the appellation. Its emblem is the olive tree as a reference to the terroir of our Rosé wines nestled between the sea and the land and set in the midst of Mediterranean landscapes.
Created in 1996 by a master Italian glass designer, Manon
is featured as an original slender feminine silhouette. This
unique bottle has seen its design modernised over
the years and confers both identity and character to this Côtes de Provence wine.
Manon is also a tribute to a famous and popular name for girls in the French Provence region. This vintage is after the image of the name, free spirited yet true to its terroir of origin : The Provence.
Here vineyards spread out over 200 kilometres, growing on two main geological zones : the first is composed of limestone in the western and northern part of the appellation ; the second covers the eastern part facing the Mediterranean Sea with a crystalline soil. The Provence region features soil that is poor and well drained. With no excess humidity the grapes develop concentrated flavours reaping the benefits of an ideal orientation facing the sun.
Our Manon wine is produced from grapes that grow on the best plots of the Côtes de Provence region. Blending and aging is entrusted to our teams of enthusiastic specialists who are keen to express the typicity and authenticity of the terroir. This expert task is orchestrated by our in-house oenologist Pierre Vieillescazes.
Manon remains faithful to the flavors of the South, both Provencal and Mediterranean flavors. Our rosé will perfectly accompany any type of dish with any type of dish, from aperitif to refined and gastronomic dishes. Discover some recommendations for pairing with their recipe.
02. Rack of Lamb
04. Stuffed courgettes
05. Strawberry tiramisu
06. Pan seared apricots
Manon wine is available at all major French wine stores in 37.5cl, 75cl et 150cl.
Manon is present in 18 pays, for more informations, please contact us.
+33 (0)4 90 73 01 10
340, rue du Remoulaire