Also known as Rolle in Provence, Vermentino variety is probably born in Anatolia (Turkey), then brought to Italy by the Genoese merchants through the Turkish coast. In France, it is mainly planted in the Mediterranean region, from Languedoc to Provence and Corsica. It gives a white wine with a nice and beautiful pale color, generally well balanced, with medium acidity. Its grapes can be eaten fresh or even as raisins. Its typical aromas are those of vine peaches, grapefruit, pear, apple and floral notes.