Strawberries and Cream with Rosé Gin Jelly
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Strawberries and Cream with Rosé Gin Jelly

This strawberry dessert couldn’t be more Provencal and more Mirabeau if it tried! We hope you enjoy creating this Provençal twist on a classic English recipe. Perfect for balmy Summer evenings. We used the first of the season’s Gariguette strawberries from the Domaine ‘potager’ vegetable garden. Gariguette is an old …

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Springtime Debudding the Vines
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Springtime Debudding the Vines at Domaine Mirabeau

May is a critical month in the lifecycle of the vines on Domaine Mirabeau. In April, the buds break and begin to swell to show the first leaves and future branches. Then follows the critical process of ‘ebourgeonnage’ or debudding; the viticulturalist and their team select the branches that will …

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Responsible Vineyard Agriculture Provence
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Responsible Vineyard Agriculture in Provence

With the harvest behind us, our consultant viticulturist Clément and his team have been focusing on continuing our journey to regenerating the Domaine’s soil. Traditionally, vineyards are monocultures that are sprayed and ploughed, providing neatly manicured rows of vines and eliminating all ‘competition.’ However, this process oxidizes the soil leaving …

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Fougasse with Sweet Onions, Olives and Anchovies
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Fougasse with Sweet Onions, Olives and Anchovies

Today, the border between France and Italy runs for 515 kilometres (320 miles) through mountainous terrain. However, prior to the 1860 Treaty of Turin, the border was much more fluid and so were the culinary traditions. Fougasse is a type of French flatbread from the Provence region; a bit like Provence’s …

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Visit Mougins Art Gastronomy
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Visit Mougins for Art and Gastronomy

A few kilometres inland from Cannes, in the South of France, lies the picturesque medieval town of Mougins. With its charming narrow streets and creative vibe, Mougins is a drawcard for artists, designers and actors. The town is famous for its inviting museums, galleries and lively art scene. Mougins Means …

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Afternoon Château La Coste
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Spend an afternoon at Château La Coste

After leaving Aix-en-Provence and its busy neighbourhoods, the winding road descends through a forest of pine trees and cork-oaks. After a 15km drive, at the bottom of a small valley, the eye catches a glimpse of metallic silver reflections. You have arrived at Château La Coste. Impressive concrete gates (from superstar …

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Scrambled Eggs Truffles Aups Provence Mirabeau en Provence
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Scrambled Eggs with Black Truffles from Aups, Provence

The best way to enjoy fresh truffles is with simple recipes that do not overpower the precious fungi. This recipe for Scrambled Eggs with Black Truffles (Brouillarde aux Truffe) is a delicious example.

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festive Christmas punch
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Festive Christmas Punch Recipe

The month of December is a special time of the year so why not toast the season with festive Christmas punch? This recipe by Virginia Bonvalet plays with the floral notes of our Etoile rosé.

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Thanksgiving Roast Chicken Rosé Mirabeau Wine
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Thanksgiving Roast Chicken with Rosé Cranberry Sauce

There is nothing more straightforward and satisfying than roast chicken. Turkey is the go-to for most Thanksgiving tables in North America. However, it is not practical for a small group, and it’s a challenge to find turkey in France.

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Mirabeau Rosé Poached Pears Fall Recipe
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Rosé Poached Pears a Fall Recipe

Rosé poached pears make an easy (and delicious) dessert whenever you find the ripe fruit in season.

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