Mirabeau Côtes de Provence Rosé 2014 (Magnum) ~ Provence, France
Decanter World Wine Awards ~ Commended
Decanter 90 Points
The Independent ~ Top 10 Rosé
The Sunday Express ~ Top BBQ wine
Robert Parker 90 Points (2013 Vintage)
Decanter 90 Points (2013 Vintage)
International Wine & Spirit Competition ~ Bronze (2013 Vintage)
International Wine Challenge ~ Bronze (2013 Vintage)
Robert Parker ~ "A beautiful, clean and classy Rosé that's loaded with notions of peach, cherry blossom and watermelon, the 2014 Rosé from Mirabeau is medium-bodied, fruit-loaded, subble and juicy. Well made, and classy"
Jancis Robinson ~ "Plenty of fragrance, but it retains Provençal delicacy and has an easy charm on the palate - pretty, floral, bone dry with just-ripe red fruit."
Matthew Jukes, Daily Mail Weekend Magazine ~ “A heart-achingly beautiful rosé from the finest region in the world for this style of wine. Effortlessly classy and eminently affordable, this is a must-have wine for refined entertaining.”
Decanter ~ 90 Points ~ "Plum aromas and hints of bubblegum. Smooth, generous and enjoyable. A more modern style."
Olly Smith, Mail on Sunday ~ “Fragrant, fresh, vibrant, bright, crisp and lip-smackerous. Here’s to many more.”
Susy Atkins, The Daily Telegraph ~ "Mouthwatering. Match with prawns and salty snacks such as tapenade. Blooming marvellous." April 2016
Mirabeau are a hot new Rosé producer from Provence, France. Set up only in 2009, they were quickly hailed by British newspaper, The Independent, as one of the top 10 Rosé producers in the world. Keen to ensure that they employ the latest innovations in the wine industry, Mirabeau formed an international team of expert winemakers from around the world: France, Australia, the USA and England. They have earned acclaim from some of the world’s toughest wine critics, and the reaction to Mirabeau here in Singapore has been simply stunning.
Cotes de Provence is the largest appellation of the Provence wine region in south-eastern France. It covers roughly 50,000 acres (20,250ha) of vineyards, which produce the vast majority of Provence's Rosé wine.
Although it also covers red and white wine, about 85% of Cotes de Provence's output is Rosé , made predominantly from Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsaut and the quintessentially Provencal grape Tibouren.