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For nearly three generations, the family Matton-Farnet are in the vineyard. The Matton-Farnets have been in the wine industry for almost three centuries, beginning at the Domaine de Chateauneuf in...
For nearly three generations, the family Matton-Farnet are in the vineyard. The Matton-Farnets have been in the wine industry for almost three centuries, beginning at the Domaine de Chateauneuf in...
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Product Code: L4-MPMM-20

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Vintage: 2018
ABV: 12.50%
Bottle size: Standard - 750ml
Producer: Château Minuty
Varietal: Rosé Blend
Wine type: Rosé
Designation: M Minuty
Country: France
Region: Provence
Drink between: now

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For nearly three generations, the family Matton-Farnet are in the vineyard.

The Matton-Farnets have been in the wine industry for almost three centuries, beginning at the Domaine de Chateauneuf in Vidauban, and continuing at Château Minuty from 1936 where Gabriel Farnet, the grandfather of François and Jean-Etienne, the current owners, set up. Gabriel Farnet replanted the entire wine estate and returned Château Minuty to its former glory. It was built under Napoleon III, as was the small chapel that the cuvee de l’Oratoire takes its name from and which was the estate’s flagship bottle for a long time. The most prestigious hotels on the Côte d’Azur still have its fat Burgundian-shaped bottles. In 1955 Château Minuty was one of 23 estates to be consecrated as a classed growth of the Côtes de Provence.

For nearly three generations, the family Matton-Farnet are in the vineyard.

The Matton-Farnets have been in the wine industry for almost three centuries, beginning at the Domaine de Chateauneuf in Vidauban, and continuing at Château Minuty from 1936 where Gabriel Farnet, the grandfather of François and Jean-Etienne, the current owners, set up. Gabriel Farnet replanted the entire wine estate and returned Château Minuty to its former glory. It was built under Napoleon III, as was the small chapel that the cuvee de l’Oratoire takes its name from and which was the estate’s flagship bottle for a long time. The most prestigious hotels on the Côte d’Azur still have its fat Burgundian-shaped bottles. In 1955 Château Minuty was one of 23 estates to be consecrated as a classed growth of the Côtes de Provence.

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