The Mirabeau Bar at Goodwood Races

“The Goodwood Estate is in the heart of West Sussex and is home to the world famous Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Glorious Goodwood. Goodwood House and Estate have been my family’s home for over 300 years, and there can be few places as beautiful.” ~ The Duke of Richmond and Gordon

Goodwood racecourse

Regarded as the most beautiful racecourse in the world, home to the Qatar Goodwood Festival, we are very happy that our Pure Provence Rosé is being served during the prestigious horseracing events. Whether visitors are in the Richmond, Gordon or Lennox enclosure, they can always find a nearby bar to enjoy a chilled glass of this delicious cuvée.

Goodwood Racecourse

Tickets for the next horseracing events are available through these links:

You are also welcome to join us for a glass (or magnum) of rosé at the Mirabeau-sponsored Furlong Bar, and to take part in our fun competition to win a 3L Jeroboam (or a runner-up bottle of gorgeous pink bubbly) to share with your loved ones.

Goodwood Racecourse

Mirabeau Plage Competition at the Furlong Bar

  • buy a glass (or bottle) of Mirabeau Rosé
  • take a selfie in our beach photo booth
  • follow us on IG, FB or TW
  • upload your photo and tag us @mirabeauwine #mirabeaumoment
  • we’ll choose our fave pic(s)
  • winners are contacted through social media
Goodwood Furlong Bar

There is a long family history behind the names of the enclosures, which is rather interesting …

The current dukedom of Richmond was created in 1675[a] for Charles Lennox, the illegitimate son of King Charles II of England and a Breton noblewoman, Louise de Penancoët de Kérouaille; Charles Lennox was also made Duke of Lennox a month later. Lennox’s mother was a Breton noble, and it is thought that the Richmond title was chosen to allude to the extinct Earldom of Richmond which was held between 1136 and 1384 by members of the ducal family of Brittany

The Duke of Richmond and Lennox was furthermore created Duke of Gordon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1876, meaning that the Duke holds three dukedoms— plus, in pretence, the French Duchy of Aubigny-sur-Nère— more than any other person in the realm. [Read further: Wikipedia]

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