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CHATEAU MIRA LUNA Rose, Provence 2015

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CHATEAU MIRA LUNA Rose, Provence 2015 CHATEAU MIRA LUNA Rose, Provence 2015

CHATEAU MIRA LUNA Rose, Provence 2015

The 100ha Mira Luna property (including its 7ha vineyard) is part of the much larger Miraval estate and was retained by its American owner, Tom Bove, when he sold to Brad Pitt in 2008. Mira Luna means, roughly, ‘moon-watch’. <br><br> The site’s elevation, limestone soils and undulating landscape make its vineyard one of the best in the superior Coteaux Varois en Provence appellation. Since 1993 Bove has renovated and replanted, adopted organic practices and kept yields low – all in the name of improving quality. <br><br> A blend of Syrah and Mourvèdre (Shiraz and Mataro to us), Mira Luna is a dry rosé wine of substance, with more texture and richness than the norm but no less purity and freshness.
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The 100ha Mira Luna property (including its 7ha vineyard) is part of the much larger Miraval estate and was retained by its American owner, Tom Bove, when he sold to Brad Pitt in 2008. Mira Luna means, roughly, ‘moon-watch’.

The site’s elevation, limestone soils and undulating landscape make its vineyard one of the best in the superior Coteaux Varois en Provence appellation. Since 1993 Bove has renovated and replanted, adopted organic practices and kept yields low – all in the name of improving quality.

A blend of Syrah and Mourvèdre (Shiraz and Mataro to us), Mira Luna is a dry rosé wine of substance, with more texture and richness than the norm but no less purity and freshness.
  • Style: Shiraz Blend
  • Vintage: 2015
  • Region: Provence
  • Code: MIRLUNROS
  • Varietal: Shiraz Mourvedre
  • Country: France

Region Provence

Provence is a picturesque, sunny, southern region of France most famous for producing aromatic, elegant, dry rosé wines. The vineyards of the region cover an area of 28,500 ha and have a huge diversity in soils and topography. Provence experiences a warm to hot Mediterranean climate with rainfall predominantly in winter. There are nine AOC classifications for the region of which 75% of production is for rosé. Most wines produced in Provence are blends of the famous southern French varieties; Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan producing a range of wines that encompasses crisp, fresh dry rosés and light red wines through to more robust age-worthy styles.
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