The Magic of Provence Rosé

Cut through the confusion and derive even more pleasure from the rosé you love

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The TRUTH about what's in Provence Rosé

rosé de Provence

It's crazy how much confusing information is out there about rosé.  

They say rosé is not a blend of red and white wine, and yet it's hard to get a straight answer about why some rosés have white grapes in them like Vermentino. Some people say White Zinfandel is a rosé, and others say it is not. Who’s right?  

Provence rosé can be perplexing. In Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence alone, there are 14 different grape varieties allowed for rosé!  

I’m here to cut through the confusion and set the record straight. And not only that, but I can give you information that will help you derive even more pleasure from rosé! 

How is that possible, you may ask? 

Here’s the key: The more you know about rosé, the more awesome you will realize it is and the greater your capacity to appreciate it will be. 

I know this from experience. When I moved to Provence 12 years ago, I pooh-poohed rosé. Even though I didn’t know anything about it, somehow I was persuaded that it was not a “legitimate” wine. But all that changed at a wine fair in Aix-en-Provence when a winemaker told me that it was more difficult to make a good rosé than red wine. I was taken aback by that statement, which set me on a quest to learn more. Now, the wine that I used to snub in ignorance has become my most favorite wine of all. Not only that, but I even created my own AOP Provence rosé and have made these pink drops of joy my life’s passion.  

Michèle Foster with Solière

Today, I’m excited to introduce you to my brand-new online course called The Magic of Provence Rosé. It demystifies Provence rosé by explaining what’s in it, how it’s made, and how it’s blended.

We rosé lovers spend a ton of money on rosé, don’t we? What could be better than deriving even more enjoyment from something we already drink, anyway? All upside and no downside! (If you don’t like rosé – what could be better than discovering a new pleasure? 😊 )  

PLUS: Your B.S. detector will be fine-tuned to recognize misinformation about how Provence rosé is made. Believe me, even wine professionals can get it wrong!  

 I'm in!  

10 awesome things that will happen if you take this course:

  • You will know more about Provence rosé than most people out there, including many people in the wine business. 
  • You will understand what grapes are used to make Provence rosés, and how each one affects the final product. 
  • You’ll realize how Provence rosé is made, and will not be confused when you hear conflicting information about this. 
  • You’ll be able to walk into a wine shop or browse a wine list and know what to expect from a Provence rosé. 
  • You’ll be able to distinguish between Côtes de Provence, Coteaux Varois en Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, and Bandol. 
  • You’ll know the difference between and AOP Provence rosés and other pale rosés that come from a similar part of France. 
  • You’ll be knowledgeable about the art of the blend and the different factors that go into determining a blend – taste is only a small part of what oenologists need to factor in. This is an important part of Provence winemaking, yet a lot of wine courses don’t even mention this. 
  • You’ll pick up new nuances in your favorite rosés that you didn’t notice before. 
  • You’ll understand the difference between blush wines from red winemaking regions (like White Zinfandel) and Provence rosé. 
  • You’ll distinguish between aromas that come from primary grape varieties, accessory grapes, and other factors like the vinification process or the soil.  

Bottom line: you’ll enjoy a fuller, richer, more pleasurable rosé drinking experience! And who doesn’t want more pleasure in life?

Course Curriculum

Lesson 1: What’s In It – Rosé defined. Let’s cut through the confusion about what rosé is and isn’t. Lesson 2: How Provence Rosé is Made – This technique was developed in Provence. Lesson 3: The Grape Adventure, Part 1 – The primary grape varieties used in Provence rosé and how each variety influences the taste. Lesson 4: The Grape Adventure, Part 2 – Accessory grape varieties used in the blend, and what they contribute. Lesson 5: The Art of the Blend – This is one of the most underappreciated aspects of winemaking, but it’s so important to Provence rosés, it’s actually mandated by law.  

PLUS, you also get:  

BONUS 1: A downloadable and printable Provence rosé aroma wheel – I created this aroma wheel especially for describing the aromas you are most likely to find in Provence rosés. You won’t be able to find this anywhere else! The more you are aware of, the more you will notice. The mind works this way and science backs it up: You are much more likely to notice something that you are aware of or expecting. There is all upside and no downside to a richer tasting experience!  

BONUS 2: Provence rosé cheat sheet: Provence grape varieties at a glance and the main take-aways from this course summarized for you on one sheet. Includes a map of Provence detailing the different appellations, with the key points to remember about each one. Print it out and keep it in your purse or pocket for easy reference on the go!  

Yes, please!

What others are saying about The Magic of Provence Rosé

Fabulous nuggets of info and winemaking experience are shared in each lesson with a light, crisp and fun delivery by a Provence rosé industry insider that you just won't find through an internet search. – Pamela A.  

I loved these videos... I was sucked in and entertained through the entire thing. – Cari C.

I feel like I can now intelligently discuss rosé wines. There are so many things about rosé in this course that I haven't read about anywhere else. I definitely recommend. – Mike F.


So good! I learned so much! – Jen A.

This was awesome! It was super informative and not overwhelming. – Courtney B.

I feel so educated about rosé now!!! – Diana C.

I'm offering this one-of-a-kind course for US$99 – an amazing value when you consider that every bottle of rosé opened after going through the program will be enjoyed more fully, giving you an inestimable return on your rosé investment – and that’s priceless!  

Zero Risk My guarantee: You’re 100% protected by my zero-risk guarantee. Take the course for a test drive, study all the materials, and if you don't get value from it, just let me know within 30 days and I’ll give you a refund.  

Once you sign up, you’ll have LIFETIME ACCESS to the videos and all the other materials, so you can refer back to them as often and as long as you like.  

So, you have nothing to lose. Click on the button now to experience the magic of Provence rosé!


How long does it take to go through the training material? As soon as you sign up, you will have access to the entire course, quizzes and downloads, so you can go as fast or as slow as you would like. I don’t believe in including a bunch of “fluff” – the true value is the vast amount of time and effort I am saving you, because I’ve taken years of research and boiled it down to a very easy-to-follow format that makes it super simple and fun to absorb and retain this fascinating (and surprising) information.  

Do I need to show up anywhere live? The entire program is designed to be consumed online. There is also a mobile app available if you would like to take the course on the go!

How long will it take to get access to The Magic of Provence Rosé? Once you make your secure payment, you will have instant access to the entire course.  

Whom is The Magic of Provence Rosé for? Whether you're a novice or someone who already embraces the rosé lifestyle, I enthusiastically recommend this course to help you appreciate the magic of Provence rosé more than ever before. Even if you have already taken other wine courses, you will get something unique from this program. Other wine courses only touch upon rosé superficially, and they’re often created by wine professionals whose frame of reference is outside of Provence.  

What makes The Magic of Provence Rosé different from other educational wine content? As a Provence resident, French speaker, and rosé industry insider with my own rosé (Solière), I can reveal information about Provence rosé that simply isn’t accessible to someone who doesn’t live here, speak the language, and work in the wine trade.  

Is this course about Solière rosé? The Magic of Provence rosé is not about any single rosé. It covers the Provence winemaking region as a whole and goes into detail about rosés made in Côtes de Provence, Coteaux Varois en Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence and Bandol, as well as the different grape varieties used, the winemaking methods employed, the art of the blend, and more. After taking this course, you will be super knowledgeable about Provence rosé in general!  

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