Mirabeau en Provence has appointed Peter Edwards to the role of sales director for the UK and Ireland. Edwards joins Mirabeau from Moet Hennessy UK where he worked for 18 years, most recently as manager of its on-trade client base.
Mirabeau got a great mention on ITV today as one of “The Best Valentine’s Day Wines’ for under £10!
Mirabeau en Provence has appointed Pacific Highway Wines as their sole importer to the USA. They will help Mirabeau build and manage a comprehensive sales and marketing program targeted across an impressive wholesale network.
From the The Drinks Business: Rosé is a becoming an increasingly fashionable drink, particularly when it’s pale and dry – and the weather’s hot – but some pink wines are much better than others. To separate the good from the ordinary, and the outstanding from the great, we held a tasting of more than 160 rosés […]
Mirabeau makes it into another Top 10 list, this time the Classic features in the Evening Standard’s Top 10 Rosé wines for the summer
Winning the International Wine Challenge Gold Medal was one thing, but this Trophy was even sweeter. We set out from the very beginning to create the best rosés from Provence + deliver great value to our customers, so in a way this was the perfect recognition that we’re getting it right!
In an exclusive interview with the drinks business, I chatted about the “brosé” phenomenon, which I believe is being led by metrosexuals. Unlike his dad, he’s not worried about traditional macho-man peer pressure, so why not drink pink wine?
Christelle Guibert and Decanter’s tasting team review the best value wines the supermarkets, high street and wine merchants can offer, all for under £20. “This negoce venture was set up by English ex-pat Stephen Cronk with the help of the flying winemaker Jo Ahearne MW. Not just a pretty packaging, this Grenache Syrah and Vermentino […]
Common misconceptions are that rosé from Provence is a blend of red and white wine, or that it must be high in sugar. Stephen sums up the most important facts about rosé from this area and gives you a glance at grape varieties and the huge amount of hard work that goes into making it.
It’s not every day a major British newspaper calls up to say they’d like to do a feature article on us, so when the Telegraph said they wanted to come down to Provence to do a piece on Mirabeau, we nearly fell off our stools!