Mission Saint Vincent 2012 vintage selected by Gault & Millau
Bottles of Mission Saint Vincent Bordeaux Rouge from the 2012 vintage will be decorated with a neck collar announcing its selection by the celebrated culinary magazine Gault & Millau.
According to Pierre Guigui, journalist-taster for Gault & Millau, our Mission Saint Vincent Red “[…] expresses itself in the register of roundness and pleasure […]”.
Proof of a certain quality, this comment confirms our desire to offer a brand with lasting quality, justifying the increase in sales in recent years: +12% in 2013 . . .
. . . and +200% over the past 4 years. Advice to wine lovers, Mission Saint Vincent (Bordeaux red, white and rosé) is available in more and more supermarkets at a price of less than €4.
The brand’s Bordeaux white is not to be outdone: it is, according to the oenologist, “a simple pleasure, direct, honest, spontaneously giving a wine with crunchy fruit and delicious on the palate. Citrus fruits play hide-and-seek with the pear, on a bed of white flowers. To accompany a group of friends and some seafood.”