In Correns and tucked in between the borders of Ponteves and Chateauvert, is the 600-plus hectares of forest and vineyards belonging to the understated beauty and high quality wine domaine of Saint Andrieu.
The lovely Mme Susan Huet, the Sales and Marketing representative, gave us a little tour of the grounds (about 4 km drive from the centre of Correns) and best of all, tastings of their 2015 rosés, reds, and whites. Continue reading Domaine Saint Andrieu
I get a lot of questions particularly about restaurants and wine and what to do in the area so I thought I’d share my personal recommendations with you. These are a culmination of my many years of experience here and I do hope the information contributes towards either a better visiting or living experience for you. Any questions, please feel free to ask! – Susana 🙂
Continue reading My favourite things to do (by Susana)
Welcome to the region that gave birth to Rosé wine more than 2,000 years ago!
So you wish to taste the wine in and around Cotignac but don’t know where to start? This article will give you best route to take. Continue reading Cotignac Wine Hopping (Tasting)
Wonder how those great big grape harvesters work? Check out this cool video by Mirabeau Wine. Continue reading Grape harvest in Pourcieux
How does the delicious Provence rosé get bottled? Take a behind-the-scenes look with Mirabeau Wine. Continue reading Behind the scenes: bottling wine
It’s one of the most beautiful yet understated coastlines in the world. The beach sands that span just a few kilometres between Ramatuelle (St Tropez) and Le Lavandou are attached to vineyards that make the best rosé wines in Provence today.
Continue reading Chateau Léoube’s fine rosé
I love a good rosé but sometimes feel like the world of oenology and viticulture is a too complicated collage of mystery and secrecy to ever feel knowledgeable enough about wine. I know I prefer a Pinot Noir to Cabernet, and Chablis to Sancerre but when I first arrived in the Var, I didn’t know much about how wine was really made.
Continue reading Mirabeau Wine Review
Entering the property of Chateau Marguï was like being teleported to fairy-tale-land where you might expect Shrek or Donkey to jump out at you with a cheesy smile.
Continue reading The Enchanting Chateau Marguï