Prestige de Mireval Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

Award Winner

Gilbert & Gaillard International Competition
Gold – 2021

Cabernet Sauvignon might be one of the great grapes of Bordeaux, but you’ll find particularly bold, top-value examples in southern France. With a winemaking tradition dating back to Roman times, Comté Tolosan has a rich oenological history. If you’ve yet to try one of the region’s lovely wines, this gold-medal Cabernet Sauvignon will be a delicious introduction.

Talented winemaker Nicole McPheeters is a real rising star, with a Master of Viticulture & Enology from the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy Campus. Nicole selected the beautifully ripe Cab grapes from a vineyard overlooking the river Tarn. The river’s moderating influence helped the grapes retain freshness, while the sunny Mediterranean climate aided in the development of intense fruit flavors.

Back in the winery, Nicole treated the Cab to a full year in oak barrels, imparting toasty spice notes to the concentrated cherry and blackberry flavors. For the final touch, Nicole named the wine Prestige de Mireval (Mireval meaning ‘one who overlooks the valley’ in the Occitan dialect) after its beautiful homeland.

One sip of this fine Cabernet, and you’ll understand why Gilbert & Gaillard judges awarded it a coveted gold medal. Order your share today and prepare to enjoy it alongside barbecue, game meats or hearty stews.




Cabernet Sauvignon


Comté Tolosan IGP