Nude Pink Rosé is produced using organically grown grapes from vineyards in one of the most sought-after corners of the famous Côtes de Provence appellation.
Featuring a classic Provence blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, with a dash of Rolle, it is a pale, elegant rosé bottled in 100% recycled wild flint glass, stoppered with local Provençal cork and finished with a paper collar instead of a tin capsule. The wine is also gently clarified without the use of animal proteins, making it vegan friendly.
Nude Pink is best paired with grilled seafood, like a crispy-skin red mullet with saffron potatoes or juicy white meats, such as a lemon and thyme organic slow roasted chicken. It would also work well with a big bowl of organic summer berries and Mascarpone cream.
|Origin:||Côtes de Provence|
|Varieties:||50% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 15% Syrah, 5% Rolle|
|Soil:||Clay and limestone|
|Vinification:||Night harvested followed by gentle direct pressing, partial cold maceration and temperature controlled fermentation. The wines are protected by inert gas from vineyard to bottling.|
|Analysis:||Alcohol 12,51% | pH 3.27 | RS <1g/L|
|Tech Sheet:||Download in .pdf format|
Maison Mirabeau founders Jeany and Stephen Cronk have energetically worked in this iconic rosé region for the past twelve years. The experience, which has come with a healthy dose of highs and lows, inspired them to explore some of Provence’s best organic and sustainably farmed vineyards, as well as alternative packaging solutions.
Jeany says, “We’ve witnessed heart-breaking wildfires and seen at first hand the damage that generations of intensive farming can have on soil health. At the end of the day, great wine is about a healthy vineyard and Nude Pink Rosé is our way of supporting growers taking a more mindful approach to farming and winemaking. We are delighted that so many consumers are open to more sustainable choices and are also searching for packaging that may be less conventional, but manages to tread more lightly.