Kylie Minogue, Rosé, the Var, and Wine

Provence is well known for its rosé wines, as well as for welcoming a fair number of wine-producing international stars: Ridley Scott, John Malkovich, George Lucas, George Clooney, Brad Pitt… and Kylie Minogue, who fell “in love” with rosé in the late 80s and has teamed up with Château Sainte-Roseline in Arcs-sur-Argens in the Var. A few years ago, relaxing over a Provençal rosé, the sudden desire to make a wine “like that” led the Australian singer to create her own range of wine.

https://www.lefigaro.fr/gastronomie/kylie-minogue-icone-mondiale-de-la-pop-lance-avec-succes-sa-marque-de-vin-20211029

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/Kylie-Minogue-launches-top-of-the-range-rose-produced-in-Var-France

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