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The history of Mission St Vincent goes back to the Middle Ages, when the winegrowers selected St Vincent as their patron saint. Since then, St Vincent’s Day (22 January) has become an unmissable date for the winegrowers, who get together to start the winter work in the vineyard and honour their saint. The Missions, religious monuments that mark out the vineyard of the Entre Deux Mers, have for a very long time been places where winegrowers get together and share.

It was in the 1980s that we wanted to pool our resources, from growing vines to vinification, to develop a product expressing our riches and our values. Natives of the Entre Deux Mers, sons and daughters of the vine, together we have baptised our wine “Mission St Vincent” to pay homage to our traditions.

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We are committed to production of consistent quality by getting the best out of each vintage. Most of our crop comes from vineyards integrating responsible management practices.

savoirfaire_img1 The vine is cultivated on our clay-limestone parcels in the terroir of the Entre Deux Mers, which benefit from a temperate oceanic climate, influenced by the two rivers that rise up each day with the tides.
savoirfaire_img2 From January, on St Vincent’s Day, the vines are pruned to prepare them for the first buds. The work continues as the leaves grow, so as to preserve the grapes and give them the light they need to develop.
savoirfaire_img3 At the end of September, we pick the grapes using a harvesting machine, allowing us to separate the berries and the stems and to get the best out of the vine.
savoirfaire_img4 In autumn, the cellar masters carry out the vinification, which is adapted according to the vintage and the colour of the wine.
savoirfaire_img5 Our oenologists then create the blends, specific according to the quality of the vintage.
savoirfaire_img6 Finally, bottling takes place in our cellar.

rouge

redwine
fiche1 Our red Mission St Vincent has a bright red colour
fiche2 The red fruits on the nose give way to lightly oaky notes, recognisable by vanilla and toasty aromas.
fiche3 On the palate, the subtle red fruit flavours allow it to accompany red meats and stews such as veal axoa.
10-10-FR

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rose

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fiche1 Our rosé Mission St Vincent develops an attractive soft pink colour.
fiche2 Its delicate and radiant nose offers attractive fruit and smooth floral notes.
fiche3 A lively, well-balanced wine. Serve chilled with a Caesar salad or quality charcuterie.
11.05

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blanc

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fiche1 Our white Mission St Vincent has an attractive crystal clear colour.
fiche2 There is a good balance between freshness and citrus notes on the nose.
fiche3 Lively, fresh and with character, Mission St Vincent shows apple and pear aromas on the palate.
23.05

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