The region of Provence wine region in the extreme southeast of France known for the quality and quantity of its rosé wines. The vineyards extend from east to west along almost 200 km of coastline, constituting one of the largest wine growing areas in the country.
Currently viticulture is still a very important activity in this undulating landscape, with 27 hectares of vineyards, full of olive groves, forests, old towns and luxurious estates.
The climate of Provence is clearly Mediterranean, the vineyards enjoy about 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 14.5 degrees. Both the long, dry summers and the cold wind blowing from the Rhône help against vine diseases.
CHÂTEAU SAINT - MAUR
REVIVE THE EXCELLENCE
Château Saint-Maur is now among the most efficient in the Côtes de Provence Designation of Origin.
It has a vinification capacity of 5,000 hectoliters. It is governed by the principles of gravity to preserve the integrity of these precious grapes to the maximum. Cultivated using methods that respect the environment, where treatments are kept to a minimum, the vines undergo extensive soil work, especially in summer, according to the principle known to all gardeners: An exceptional terroir, a privileged location, a unique site, Château Saint-Maur, Cru Classé, revives excellence and its owners have high hopes for this illustrious vineyard.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
Domaine Mirabeau is located within the newly created sub-region within the Côtes de Provence AOC, Notre Dame des Anges. The terroir encompasses 3,900 hectares of vineyards intertwined within the landscape of umbrella pines, cork oaks and chestnut trees typical of the Plaine des Maures, an ecosystem rich in fauna and flora. Relentless focus and an obsessive attention to detail are part of the Mirabeau philosophy along with an excellent understanding of what people are looking for in a great rosé and the quest to constantly improve.