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Vines Cinsault ( %), ( %), Rolle ( %), Syrah ( %)

Color: Pale powder pink, pale and crystalline.
Smell: The nose is elegant and delicate with notes of small red fruits and strawberries, floral and citrus notes.
Taste: The palate is fresh, lively and balanced, crunchy thanks to the acid component, good persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect with fish and shellfish first courses, sushi, raw fish and risotto.

Miraval Rosé is a blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle and Syrah, the latter vinified separately using the saignée method, that is, with a brief maceration on the skins and extraction of the color.
Vinification takes place in steel and for a minimum part in wood.


Château Miraval is located in Correns, north of Brignoles, in Provence and is housed in a castle whose origins date back to pre-Roman times. In medieval times the Miraval castle was the seat of several monastic orders and subsequently owned by members of the French royal family. In the '70s of 1900, for the beauty of the place and the surrounding nature, the Château Miraval was home to music recording studios: here, among others, Pink Floyd and Sting also worked. Since 2008, the Château has been owned by the American actor Brad Pitt who makes use of the precious collaboration of Marc Perrin, one of the best known winemakers of the Rhône Valley, to make his own wines. The property today includes 600 hectares of which 30 planted with certified organic vineyards. Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé is the only rosé wine that, in 2013, was included in the ranking of the top 100 wines in the world by the American magazine Wine Spectator. Miraval wines best represent the special microclimate and terroir of the Provencal hills.

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