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Studio by Miraval Blanc 2019

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Art. # 1839
Amazing rose of Provence, which is certified as Organic. In can be combined with a light dinner in the company of good friends. Harmonious, balanced and pleasant aftertaste with cherry aromas.

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  • Melon Melon
  • Apricot Apricot
  • Mineral Flavors Mineral Flavors

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Serving Temperature

Cold Cold

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  • Vegetables Vegetables
  • Fish Fish
  • Seafood Seafood

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Миравал

Миравал

Château Miraval is located in the village of Correns, in the south of France and is mainly gaining popularity along with its famous owners - Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who bought it and married there in 2014. In fact, they were not the first celebrities to visit and stay at the mansion. One of the previous owners, the French jazz pianist Jacques Lucie, installed a recording studio in the castle and names such as Sting, The Cranberries and even Pink Floyd can be found among the recorders. The mansion consists of 400 hectares, of which 30 are vineyards. In addition to its popular owners, the chateau is famous for its rosè wine - Côtes de Provence Rosé Miraval, the fruit of oenologist and co-owner Mark Perrin, and in 2020 a new product was launched - Rosé Champagne in collaboration with the champagne producer Rodolphe Peter.

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Vermentino

Vermentino

Vermentino is a white wine grape variety grown in various places in the western Mediterranean: northwestern Italy, southern France and the neighboring islands of Corsica and Sardinia. It is known by different names - Pigato in Liguria, Favorita in Piedmont and Rolle in Provence, although there is a disagreement as to which of them are synonymous with Vermentino and which are separate varieties. It is an indisputable fact that Vermentino wines, Pigato wines, Favorita wines and Rolle wines have many common features - refreshing acidity and attractive aromas of peach, lemon peel, dried herbs and saline minerality. Vermentino's genetic and geographical origins are quite uncertain and unclear, which contributes to disagreements over his identity across countries. Some theories claim that in Italy he comes from Spain, others say the exact opposite, and there is a third theory that his homeland is in the Middle East and in the Mediterranean arrives through Greece. However, the variegated and foggy past of the variety does not prevent its spread and its ability for strong terroir expression. In Liguria Vermentino (Pigato) is the main variety in white wines from Colli di Luni. Here, the freshness and minerality of the wines reflect the cool, bright landscape of Carrara's marble quarries. In the west, the Vermentino vines have taken root in the dramatic vineyards of the Cinque Terre. Here, using the passito (sun-drying) method, the variety is a key component in the jammy, similar to nectar Cinque Terre Sciacchetra sweet wine. In Tuscany, the Vermentino vineyards around Bolgheri produce some of the richest Italian white wines. The warm and sunny Tuscan climate in combination with various oenological techniques (contact with the skins, aging on fine lees and aging in barrels) contributes to the creation of wine comparable in density and aromatic complexity with the wines of the Viognier variety. In Sardinia, Vermentino is the key grape for local white wine production and enjoys its own name, Vermentino di Sardegna, which is used to make one of the island's most prized wines, Vermentino di Gallura. The proximity of Corsica and Sardinia suggests the presence of Vermentino on the French island as well. Here it is also a key component in the white wines from all over the island and is successfully grown in the vineyards of Patrimonio, Ajaccio, Figari, Calvi, Sartene, Porto-Vecchio and the peninsula "Cap Corse." Vermentino does not miss the Provencal coast of southern France. Here, however, it is traditionally known as Rolle, although it is increasingly referred to by its more modern Italian name Vermentino. Of particular note are Bellet's white wines, which are made from at least 60% Vermentino.

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