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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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

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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 …

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Tarte tartin aux tomates et olives @MirabeauWine
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Tomato Tart Tatin and Rosé from Provence

Tomato Tarte Tatin starter was so gorgeous on the eye that everyone who came to our Mirabeau lunch was already talking about it before they even sat down. It combines all the delicious flavours of Provence in a super-concentrated way

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Pigs Head M Victoria @mrestaurants_ @MirabeauWine
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How we serve Mirabeau Wine 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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Pizzadeliere provence pizza @MirabeauWine #Recipes
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Traditional Pizzaladière Provencal Pizza

The pizzaladière is a Provençal variation that combines Italy and Provence in a delicious and very simple dish, using the best ingredients you can. Serve with a salad and enjoy with a glass of Mirabeau Classic Rosé! Bon appetit.

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Sailing in the South of France @MirabeauWine
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Sailing in the South of France

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @MirabeauWine: The South of France is an adventurer’s paradise, with Cotignac being very well located. It’s pretty much an hour or two to any kind of activity you’d like to take part in; skiing in the Alps, water sports on the Mediterranean, hiking, climbing …

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Mini Fig Ricotta cheesecake @MirabeauWine
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Mirabeau Recipe: Mini Fig and Ricotta Cheesecakes

This sweet recipe is a delicious combination of ricotta cheese and fresh figs, brought to you by the folks at Mirabeau Wine.

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How to drink rose #WinesofProvence @MirabeauWine
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How the Price of Wine Affects our Taste

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @MirabeauWine: I have been drinking wine for decades, but only in recent years have I really started tasting it. Looking at the colour, swirling the liquid nectar in my glass, sniffing the aromas deeply, taking a sip and swirling it in my mouth, letting …

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