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Should rosé wines be taken seriously?

Contributor blog post by Stephen Cronk: There is an awful lot of rosé out there. Most wine regions of the world are jumping on the bandwagon and hoping that their pale-pink Provençal looky-likey wines will provide early $$ into their coffers (given that rosé is made from red grapes, many …

Water stress on the vines #WinesofProvence @MirabeauWine
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A dry year for Grapes in Provence

Contributor blog post by Nuria Stylianou @Mirabeau Wine People and vines have a lot in common. A little stress can benefit the human body, pushing us out of our comfort zone, spurring us on to greater things. The same is true of vines: limit their water and nutrient supply among …

Pan roasted fish with provençal savoury crumble @MirabeauWine
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Easy Summer Recipe for Roasted Fish

This recipe for roasted salmon and cod is for fish lovers, who want to eat well and enjoy their rosé too.

Centre D’Art La Falaise #Cotignac @MirabeauWine
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Centre d’Art La Falaise opens its doors in Cotignac

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @ Mirabeau Wine: If walls could talk, the new art centre in Cotignac would tell a thousand tales. A myriad of locals have shared their precious memories of times spent in the La Falaise building from when it was a restaurant, a garage, a …

Rosé Good Food Appetizers @MirabeauWine
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Rosé and good food: a heavenly match made in Provence

Contributor blog post by Jeany Cronk: Since I can remember Rosés have occupied the fun aperitif/pub by the river/swimming pool wine or perfect BBQ beverage slot, but only very few people have considered them with nicer foods or ordered a bottle at a restaurant. The reasons for this are many …

Stuffed-vegetables-aubergine #Recipe @MirabeauWine
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Recipe for Provencal Stuffed Vegetables

With this dish you can vary the vegetables and I think it’s lovely to use a mixture of aubergine, courgettes and tomatoes. The meat is generally a mixture of beef and pork, seasoned with herbs and spices.

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Sophie Papiazan, local ceramic artist

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @Mirabeau Wine: French artist Sophie Papazian graduated at the Fine Arts of Lyon in 1987 and pursued a career as a painter. In 2007 she discovered ceramics, and completed her studies at the School of Ceramics in Provence. Since then, she has been creating …

Tips on pairing wine with food @MirabeauWine
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Wine Folly tips on pairing wine with food

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @Mirabeau Wine: Forget what you’ve learned about drinking white wine with white meats and red wine with red meats! In this video, Madeline Puckette shows us how the texture, dryness, acidity and the aromatics of a wine can be matched to the flavours we …

Red Mullet #Recipe @MirabeauWine
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Easy Recipe for Pan Fried Red Mullet

Red Mullet is a rockfish often found in southern French cuisine, delicious grilled with tapenade or as part of yummy seafood soups. It’s a small fish that really brightens up our local fish counters with its gorgeous coral scales

Pink grapefruit, roasted fennel and prawn salad @MirabeauWine
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Pink grapefruit, roasted fennel and prawn salad

Contributor blog post by Jeany Cronk @Mirabeau Wine: Summer’s finally around the corner, yippee, and so alfresco dining and picnics are back on our agendas. I can say without hesitation that a cool bottle of Mirabeau is the perfect partner for all that outdoor activity! I’ve always liked to bring …