Provence is famous for making the best rosé wines in the world, and they have notched up some pretty good experience having made it since 600BC. Mirabeau’s main focus is on making delicious, dry pink wines that will be a perfect partner to a huge variety of food and almost any occasion. We also make small quantities of crisp and floral white and some delicious, smooth berried reds with all the concentration of fruit from this sun-soaked area.
With its delectable raspberry pink hues and intense aromas, expressive red berry fruit remains the essence of this rosé. Mirabeau Classic has a beautiful concentration, with strawberry and raspberry flavours taking centre stage, balanced by fresh acidity and leading to a sumptuous finish with notes of redcurrant. A perfect aperitif for an alfresco moment, it’s also great with flavoursome food, or drink it as we do in Provence, anytime and with almost anything!
An ethereal pale pink colour with silver reflections, this wine has the allure of a pure summer breeze. A complex rosé, with a pronounced mineral structure it’s characterised by elegant notes of wild strawberry, citrus, white flowers and a hint of lychee. Mirabeau Pure is refreshing and refined with a lingering, beautiful finish that will prolong the aromatic pleasures. The perfect bottle for any occasion that calls for something a little special or as a gastronomic partner to good food.
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. Étoile presents beautifully on the nose, defined by the delicate aromas of white peach, elegant citrus and the merest hint of fresh pineapple. This thoroughly well crafted wine is appealingly silky and round with notes of ripe apricots and a concentrated, lingering finish. This latest addition to the Mirabeau range is for moments of unadulterated enjoyment and the perfect accompaniment to fine food.
Our new Sparkling wine “La Folie” hails from Peter Mayle country (A year in Provence) in the Luberon. Made in the Prosecco or “Charmat Method” this is a totally captivating and delicious rosé. A gorgeous ballet-pink colour with a delicate effervescent sparkle, the nose offers up a fresh, soft scent of strawberry and raspberry with hints of gooseberry and blackcurrant. The mousse is mouth filling and elegant with hints of red berry, grapefruit with a little spice and a lovely long finish. Delicious and refreshing, La Folie is perfect as an aperitif but also with a wide variety of Mediterranean cuisine.