Ventoux, flavours of nature
Vaucluse, and more particularly Ventoux, is a territory where flavoursome produce is grown, with many controlled appllation (AOC) guaranteeing the quality of its produce. Mont-ventoux is not only a wine-growing area but is also famous for its olives, cherries, figs, truffles and spelt wheat.
Vaucluse: flavours of the land
Feel, taste and live the land in Vaucluse.
Mont-Ventoux, classified as a ‘biosphere reserve’ by UNESCO since 1990, is also a bountiful land, ideal for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables, wines and lavender. This Garden of France is home to a great abundance of Carpentras strawberries, Venasque cherries, Caromb figs, Mormoiron asparagus, Muscat du Ventoux eating grapes, einkorn wheat, herbs, olives, as well as truffles! Wholly natural produce which will give your taste buds a real Provence accent!