Tucked away in its own private valley in the ancient village of Correns – the first organic village in France – the Château Miraval estate includes over 1800 acres, 2 valleys, a lake and a world-famous recording studio. Over its long history, the estate has been, home to a monastic practice, members of the French court in the 14th century and the musician and composer Jacques Loussier in the 1970s. Today, the estate is where the Pitt and Perrin families produce legendary Rosé wines, combining Famille Perrin expertise in winemaking and Pitt Family’s artistic sensitivity.
On exceptional clay and limestone terroirs, the vines are planted in protective, stone-walled terraces, at an average of 1200 feet perfect for a soaring balance of harmony and freshness in the wines. There are no herbicides, pesticides or chemicals used. The grapes are hand-picked exclusively in the morning and sorted twice.
The range of wines includes the Château Miraval Rosé, the first ever Rosé wine to be included in Wine Spectator’s Top 100; STUDIO by Miraval Rosé, sourced from the best plots in Les Vins de Méditerranée Indication Géographique Protégée appellation
on the French Riviera; and Muse de Miraval, a limited production Rosé from the two best and oldest parcels of Grenache and Rolle bottled in Magnums only.