Mirabeau Etoile Provence Rosé
Mirabeau Étoile originates from the same high altitude vineyard parcels as Pure. A stunning lychee coloured rosé with crystalline nuances, this wine is almost celestially sublime.
A stunning lychee coloured rosé with subtle silver reflections, this wine is elegant and refined. Etoile presents beautifully on the nose, defined by the delicate aromas of pear and ripe apricot with sublime floral notes. This well crafted wine is appealingly silky and
round, majoring on stone fruit and citrus flavours, with a concentrated, lingering finish. A gastronomic rosé for moments of unadulterated enjoyment and the perfect accompaniment to fine food, where its defined structure will thoroughly shine.
|Origin:||Côtes de Provence|
|Varieties:||Grenache (90%), Cinsault (10%)|
|Soil:||Clay and limestone|
|Vinification:||Vin de pressurage, short maceration, chilled settling and temperature controlled fermentation|
|Analysis:||Alcohol 12.56% / pH 3.43 / RS 0.8g/l|
|Food pairings:||Salads, canapés, fine grilled meats, fish and shellfish, sushi and Asian cuisine, vegetarian dishes, creamy cheeses, as well as desserts|
|Perfect dish:||Fresh tagliatelle with chargrilled gambas, courgettes and chilli pesto|
This has more weight than most, and a gorgeous array of fruit. Think raspberries and the tropics.Hamish Anderson, The Telegraph
Mirabeau is a classy brand that brings sophistication back to a wonderful bottle of rosé. Long gone are the days where you pick any old bottle off the shelves; Mirabeau is the kind of rosé that you go out of your way to find. Made in Provence (as you may have guessed), this wine encompasses all of the qualities which you’d expect from a sun-drenched vineyard. It’s smooth, fruity and, as Mirabeau likes to describe “it’s like the good life in a glass”. We can’t disagree there.Lauren Noble, The Idle Man