Mini Mi
Maison Breban - IGP Méditerranée
Rosé,IGP Méditerranée
Grenache - 70%; Cinsault - 30%
Vins Breban is renowned as one of the last family-owned companies specializing in artisanal sparkling wines from Southern France. Established in 1952, the House of Breban Wines ("Vins Breban") has a rich history of producing a diverse range of wines, each distinguished by unique styles and aromas, and supplying them to both restaurants and retail distributors. This legacy traces back to 1942 when Raymond, the grandfather and founder, began making sparkling wine in his garage. He then expanded the offering to include a comprehensive range of Provencal wines. Over the decades, two generations have carried on the business, maintaining the same dedication to quality and passion. Today, Maison Breban is acclaimed both in France and globally for its exceptional wines from Provence and its premium, handcrafted sparkling wines.
MiniMi rosé, classified as an IGP Mediterranean wine, comes from a select 30-hectare vineyard in Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, situated between 360 and 420 meters in altitude. The vineyard features varied soil types, including clay-limestone and areas with bauxite, sand, and marble. Produced according to Les Vins Bréban's strict specifications, MiniMi exemplifies the quality and character of its regional origin.
Vinification separated of each grape variety, stabilization under cold conditions before fermentation with controlled temperature. No ageing.
Tasting notes
The MiniMi wine has a pale candy pink color. The nose is complex and elegant, focused on floral and red fruit notes. On the palate, the wine is supple, fresh with good intensity. Nice length on the finish.
Food pairing
MiniMi rosé can be served as an aperitif and at the table to accompany fish and meats. Best to be served at a temperature of 10°C to 12°C.
Aging potential
Grape varieties
Grenache - 70%; Cinsault - 30%
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195 rue Guy Arnaud
30900 Nîmes - FRANCE
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