Mirabeau Rosé Gin Valentine's Cocktails Pink Drinks
Mirabeau WinesTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Valentine’s Cocktails Pink Gin, Rosé and Pink Drinks

What are you serving for dinner on February 14th? Here is a 3-course Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu that is easy to prepare, but complicated enough to let that special someone know you care.  It’s no surprise that we suggest pairing the dishes with our Mirabeau Pure rosé. But, what about …

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Sea Bass Rosé Wine Commanderie de Peyrassol
Provence WineZineTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Sea Bass and Rosé a Wine Pairing fit for an Anniversary

Anniversaries are always worth celebrating, and in our house, that means a meal to suit the special day. However, the dilemma was what to serve with a Commanderie de Peyrassol rosé (2016)? Wine pairings are always a bit of a gamble. Will the wine stand-up to the food or overpower …

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Provence Etoile Rosé Cocktail Mirabeau Wine
DrinksMirabeau WinesProvencal Recipes

Provence Etoile Rosé for a no Shrinking Violet Cocktail

Mix our Etoile Rosé with the sweet and sour combination (recipe below) for a delicious sipping drink. Enjoy this selection of easy appetizer recipes along with your cocktails. Cheers!

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Rosé Spritz Cocktail Mirabeau Wine Pure Provence Rosé
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Pure Provencal Rosé Spritz Cocktail

The Spritz Veneziano first arrived in Venice and Northern Italy, in the 1800s. The has cocktail evolved, and so we decided it was time to make our own Provencal Rosé Spritz Cocktail. Discover this drink is perfect for a warm-weather cocktail hour, along with some tasty nibbles.

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Nice Rosé Wine Tasting
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

When in Nice Rosé Wine Tasting and Niçoise Street Food

Rosé Tasting on Fridays Rosé wine and the Mediterranean lifestyle are deeply intertwined. France and Provence, in particular, is the leading global producer of rosé. However, with promotions like ‘Rosé all Day’ it’s possible to think of this wine as a fad. It’s not! Rosé was the preferred grape-based drink …

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