French Vermentino is a white wine grape variety grown primarily in the island region of Corsica and the southern mainland region of Provence. Vermentino wines are typically medium-bodied, with bright acidity and notes of citrus, green apple, and pear, often with a characteristic hint of salinity or minerality. They can range from crisp and refreshing to more full-bodied and complex, depending on how they are made. In Provence and Corsica, Vermentino is often labelled as Rolle. If you enjoy white wines that are fresh, crisp, and have a touch of complexity, wines made from or featuring French Vermentino could be a great choice for you.