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(2022) Of Mirabeau's wines I found this one a touch sweeter - certainly that was my perception, though I don't have the analysis - and yet the crisp, zesty finish was very well balanced. Its a zippy and zingy aromatic style, with vivacious crunch of redcurrant, and it represents good value. Note this is a 'Vin de France' not Provence wine, so presumably some of the fruit is sourced from outside of the region.
(2020) From the Bordeaux vineyards of Chateau Surain, but designated as a Vin de France, so possibly the fruit coming from elsewhere, this is cool, fresh and dry, a nicely pitched savoury pink straddling lemony savoury qualities and small, firm red berry fruitiness, and really very nicely done.
(2016) The 100 series blends northern and southern varieties, but all are varietal wines. Lovely dry reducurrant fruit with a little earthy note and a lightly leafy quality. The palate is natural and dry, with a dry redcurrant and cranberry fruitiness. Fruit from the Languedoc and Provence. Nice dry finish.
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