Since opening in 2022, Provence has become a Spinningfields staple for wine-lovers, offering the finest wine and nibbles for us Mancs to enjoy. Now, Provence in Manchester has introduced a new concept for the summer…a frosé truck.
What’s better than a glass of rosé wine? What about a glass of frozen wine? In the spirit of summer, the wine bar currently has a frosé truck situated outside of the venue, serving ice cold frozen tipples – yum.
The frosé truck is churning out glass after glass of the good stuff right outside Provence, giving Mancs the chance to experience their favourite rosé wine in a slushie form – what could be more perfect? There’s no better way to cool down in the Spinningfields area, perfect for sipping the afternoon away in the sun with mates, in the wonderful surrounds of Provence.
Provence has also announced its very first summer menu for the warmer weather in Manchester, Summer Spritz & Small Plates. Try the new Beer-Colada, a flavourful mix of pineapple Schöfferhofer with coconut tequila, the refreshing Nectar Spritz made with Vinho (Portuguese wine), nectarine liqueur, honey tequila and soda, or Melonade Spritz made with Chardonnay, melon liqueur and soda – all unique to Provence and its summer menu.
If all that wasn’t enough, Provence has also introduced Fizz Fridays, where every Friday, guests can now grab a bottle of Prosecco or Pet Nat for just £20, a go-to deal for sharing with friends in the sunshine!
If Prosecco isn’t your preferred tipple, new gamechanger, Pet Nat (natural sparkling wine), offers something a little different, with Provence’s in-house wine aficionado, Niall Davey, saying: “The funky notes and versatility of Pet Nat makes it the perfect go-between for people who don’t really drink Prosecco or Champagne.”
New to the summer small plates menu, a selection of crostini is now available, with a range of toppings including serrano ham & balsamic glaze, pico de gallo (Mexican salsa) or fresh clementine, dried mint & fig chutney – priced at 3 for £12.
Guests can also enjoy salads bursting with flavours and colour, including a fresh Caprese and classic Greek salad – with the option of added salami, chorizo, serrano ham or chicken. And of course, Provence’s famed charcuterie and antipasti boards continue to fly out, served with a range of toasted focaccia, plus olives, stuffed peppers and sundried tomatoes.
If you’re looking for a sophisticated yet affordable way to spend an afternoon and evening in Manchester, look no further than Provence, especially on a long summer’s day whilst the summer menu is in full swing.
Provence, Unit G21, The Avenue, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3HF.