Under the sun and the maquis, Corsica hides a multitude of terroirs. It is the most isolated vineyard and certainly the most understated of France. Nonetheless, with a little less than a dozen appellations, Corsican wine offers a very distinctive character and are very attractive to wine lovers. 7,000 vines populates the island producing red, white, rosé and sweet wines. The Vermentinu (called Rolle in Provence), is the dominant white grape variety in Corsica and produces dry white wines known for their fragrant nose and a Mediterranean’s iconic freshness. On the red side, Niellucciu, the equivalent of Sangiovese from Tuscany, is much more coloured, powerful and full-bodied.
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