Coconut Raspberry Eton Mess Valentines Day Mirabeau Desert Rosé 2018
DessertFlans, Puddings & OtherMirabeau WinesProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Try Raspberry-Coconut Eton Mess for an Easy Dessert

The typical ingredients in this dessert are cream, meringue and strawberries. For this version –  Coconut Eton Mess with Raspberries and Chocolate, we substituted raspberries instead of strawberries (the local ones are not typically available in Provence until June).

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Roast Turkey Recipe Citrus Flavours Mirabeau Wine
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A Twist on a Holiday Recipe Roast Turkey with the flavours of Provence

Roast turkey is easy to make, and the citrus gives this dish a “sun-drenched” flavour. The root vegetable side dish is easy to make and a definite crowd pleaser.

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Vin Cuit Provence
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Cooked Wine Provence’s Vin Cuit is Steeped in Tradition

Contributor blog post by Susan Newman Manfull for Mirabeau Wine: Sometime in early October, after the harvest, winemakers—mostly located in a small area of Provence at the base of Mont Sainte Victoire, between Aix-en-Provence and Trets—begin the annual tradition of making “vin cuit” or “cooked wine.” They each build a …

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Pumpkin Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
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Pumpkin and Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with a dash of Clementine

This is the perfect flavour-packed soup to brighten up your mood on a rainy or cold winters day. The fruity and brightly coloured pumpkin combines really well with the earthy taste of the Jerusalem Artichoke, while the hint of clementine juice cuts through it all with it’s pretty acidity.

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Mandarin Cardamon infused Almond Cake
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Mandarin and Cardamon Infused Almond Cake

A delicious and colourful cake full of the flavours of Christmas markets, perfect with tea to brighten up a cold day, or as a light and joyful desert after a nice meal. It’s not only easy to make with very standard ingredients it also keeps very nicely for a few days, as the infusion of Mandarin and Cardamon syrup keeps it perfectly moist and preserved

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Christmas Wine Christmas Cocktails with Rose Mirabeau Winery
Mirabeau WinesTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Here are 6 Reasons Why Rosé Is The Perfect Christmas Wine

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: ‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to do that than indulging in some delicious wines. Now, there’s a certain stigma when it comes to rosé that it should only be enjoyed during the summer, but in actual fact this couldn’t …

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Santons of Provence @MirabeauWine
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What is the History Behind the Santons of Provence

Contributor blog post by Mirabeau Wine: Sir Francis of Assisi established the tradition of nativity scenes in 1223 with live enactments by people and animals during the midnight mass on Christmas eve in his church of Greccio, Italy. The tradition halted after the French Revolution, when many churches were closed. …

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Recipe Mediterranean chicken tomatoes olives lemon
Main CourseMirabeau WinesPoultryProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Easy Entertaining a Recipe for Mediterranean Chicken with Tomatoes, Olives and Lemon

This gorgeous Mediterranean Chicken recipe was featured in Waitrose Weekend wines the other day, expertly paired by Philip Scholfield with a bottle of Pure.

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Benefits Expat Living Provence South France
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The Unexpected Benefits of Living in Rural South of France

Contributor blog post by Susana Iwase Hanson @Mirabeau Wine We all have a good idea about the expected benefits of living in this Mediterranean region: the clean air, water, the relaxing slow paced life with good wine and olive oil, the fantastic weather (so much sunshine!), and the outdoor markets full …

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Noses Perfumers Oenology le Nez
Lifestyle: Art & CultureMirabeau WinesShopping & Gifts from the South of France

“The Noses” of Oenology and Perfumery

Contributor blog post by Victoria Koning @Mirabeau Wine During our visit to the Fragonard perfume factory in Grasse, we were quite impressed by the similarities between creating perfumes and creating wines. It’s especially poignant in the art of blending Provence rosés, which is incredibly technical to make. Our oenologists can …

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