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The Camargue has its own ''terroir'', known as '''Sable de Camargue''', located in the Petit Camargue. The wines from this region are therefore known as ''vin de sable'', referring to the sandy soils where they are grown. They are predominantly rosé wines, made from a variety of grapes. The most sold is the so-called ''vin gris'', with a very pale salmon colour, that is very light in taste. The best-known brand is ''Listel'', that is sold all over France and abroad, but you can find many more producers in the area.
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