Fleur de Mer represents the rolling hills of Provence filled with vineyards and lavender that unfold alongside the sea and permeate the air with tranquil aromas. Fleur de Mer is a celebration of Provence and is evocative of the region’s distinctive charming blend of vineyards, gardens, and coastline.
The grapes for Fleur de Mer are grown in France’s A.O.C. Côtes de Provence, in what they call the “golden triangle” between Cuers, Pierrefeu and Puget Ville. Most growers here focus almost exclusively on Rosé wines. Provence has been making Rosé style wines for 2,600 years, tracing back to before the Roman Empire. Today, Fleur de Mer is made by Winemaker Florian Lacroux, who builds on this long tradition by partnering with a traditional grower’s co-operative with more than 50 years of experience.