May 15, 2019

Mirabeau Etoile Provence Rosé 2018

Mirabeau Etoile Provence Rosé

Mirabeau Etoile Provence Rosé is one evocative pink! Not only the name, which immediately brings to mind the beauty of walking the streets of Paris, the lavender fields of Provence or the bustle of market day in a small picturesque town anyway in France.  In addition, there is that beautifully designed bottle and the gorgeous pale salmon pink hue – the hallmarks of Côtes de Provence rosé. Since 2010, the Cronk family has developed a range of Côtes de Provence rosé which also includes Summer essentials:  Frosé Iced lolly and rosé in a can. 

Mirabeau Etoile is a dry pink where the peach and berry fruit is perfumed with a whiff of light floral notes. The silky texture is kept crisp with a flush of refreshing acid. This makes it a great match to a simple chicken salad or South of France classics such as passaladière or tuna niçoise. 

Quickie review «A slinky, silky, pale dry pink that delivers the whole Côtes de Provence experience in the glass

Country of Origin: Côtes de Provence AOC, France
Tasting Date: May 2019
Price:  €14 | AU $26 | UK£14 | US$22
Drink: now
Needs food: no
Source: NosyWine Club sample (Subscription box April 2019)

Mirabeau Etoile Provence Rosé was part of the Nosy Wine Club April 2019 subscription pack. To read more about Nosy Wine Club, click here!  or visit Nosy Wine Club.

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