Etoile Rose by Mirabeau Wine
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A Pale Pink Star is born: Mirabeau Etoile

Contributor blog post by Jeany Cronk @Mirabeau Wine: It’s now three years since we first made Pure, so high time we put our minds to making a new addition to the Mirabeau stable of Rosés. We wanted a distinct personality for our new cuvée called Etoile – star in French- …

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Catching Up with Stephen Cronk, Owner of Mirabeau-en-Provence

Contributor blog post by Susan Manfull: Mirabeau-en-Provence’s Stephen Cronk landed in Boston Saturday night, just as Winter Storm Helena, New England’s first major snow storm, was ramping up. “The flight was a bit bumpy,” Cronk told me. Cronk, in town to solidify his contract with importer Pacific Highway, met me …

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Mirabeau Wine magnum #WinesofProvence @MirabeauWine
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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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How we serve Mirabeau at M Victoria Restaurant

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: Rosé is definitely the new kid on the block, even though it’s been around for over 2,000 years. Provence rosé, being crisp and dry in style is perfect in on-premise establishments, and the ability of Mirabeau Pure to pair with a wide variety of …

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Mirabeau Classic Rose #WInesofProvence @MirabeauWine
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Mirabeau Celebrates Gold Medal at IWC 2016

Contributor blog post by Stephen Cronk: Mirabeau Classic is one of only three rosés awarded Gold We are ridiculously excited here in Cotignac today – our Mirabeau Classic Rosé 2015 has been awarded a Gold Medal at this year’s International Wine Challenge, which is the world’s most respected blind-tasted wine …

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Taking a Punt in the Wine World

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: Taking a punt – according to most dictionaries – means to take a chance, to give something a go, place a bet, or even… to take a flat-bottomed ferry boat. You could also be handed a long pole and then ushered onto a long …

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