Corbières Campana Rosé

Château Beauregard-Mirouze


Rose Wine




1/3 Cinsault, 1/3 Syrah, 1/3 Grenache

Campana is the Mirouze take on a "classic" Corbières, albeit farmed biodynamically with sheep grazing in the vineyards. The name Campana means 'Bell' in Occitan, but is also a reference to 'campagne', or countryside. The rosé is a blend of 1/3 Syrah, 1/3 Cinsault et 1/3 Grenache, vinified with a short maceration with native yeast and no added sulfites.

Vineyard name

Massif de Fontfroide

Soil type

Campanian Sandstone


This rosé is made by maceration and fermented with indigenous yeast and without added sulphites. Malolactic fermentation occurs before bottling. Lightly fined with bentonite, filtered, total free SO2 less than 30 mg/l.

Harvest typeHand Harvested
Additional info
Total production average4,000 bottles
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