Anselme Mathieu (21 April 1828 – 8 February 1895) was a French Provençal poet.
|Born||21 April 1828|
|Died||8 February 1895(aged 66)|
Mathieu introduced the co-founders of the Félibrige to the red wine produced by his family vineyard. Moreover, he introduced it to Alphonse Daudet, another writer from Provence, who called it, "royal, imperial, pontifical."
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