Mirabel's Rosé of Pinot Noir is an elegant, structured and serious pink for pairing with sunshine or a fine dinner.
Mirabel means wondrous beauty, perfectly describing the Reimer family’s stunning Kelowna hilltop estate and vineyard overlooking the Okanagan Valley. You may have seen the Reimer name on a famous Pinot Noir bottling made by Meyer, who sourced fruit from this maturing vineyard. Doug and Dawn Reimer are now ready to get into the business of making wine, and are building a facility on their property, but for now, their wondrous Pinot, a stylish Chardonnay and this refined Rosé are made at Okanagan Crush Pad winery by winemaker Matt Dumayne. Modelled on proper French Rosé, this watermelon-hued beauty has scents of petals and wild red berries, with a broad and luscious palate that is pure Pinot Noir. Crunchy cherry and ripe raspberries, the palate is creamy and mouth-coating, with a seriously dry finish. And how about the striking presentation: a clear, bell-shaped bottle that shows off Mirabel’s pretty pink colour, and glass apothecary-style stopper that is easy to remove and re-stop. Pair with crab cakes, foie gras pâté, or a casual caramelized onion and blue cheese pizza. This micro-production Rosé is exclusive to New District, so if you want more, you know where to get it!