Eric Bergmann and Peter Jauch give off a bit of Provence at their gin talk at Jigger & Spoon in Stuttgart. And Eric dances the intro. He gives free play to his emotions. 🙂 and stay with it until the end, because that’s where the danced outro☝🏻🍸🕺🏻 follows.
The gin reviewed comes from Mirabeau, who have been successfully producing rosé wine for years and topped the sales list in England for a time. They are now number 2 behind a huge corporation. A great achievement for an owner-managed company.
Here you will find interesting facts about Maison Mirabeau:
A soft spot for rosé wines made Stephen and Jeany Cronk move to Provence in 2010. They packed their bags and left London with their children for a big family adventure. Stephen Cronk wanted to spend more time with his young family and figured it was time to make life dreams come true. One such dream was to make wine himself. It was clear right from the start that this would not just happen. So, together with his wife, he looked for partners for their project.
In Angela Muir (Master of Wine) they found a wonderful bearer of knowledge. They gradually assembled a team of viticultural and cellar experts and passionately developed a range of select rosés that reflect the best of terroir and winemaking. In 2019, they were given the opportunity to acquire their own winery. This brought them full circle. For almost ten years now, they have been producing and distributing the best rosé wines to the wider world.
Eric somehow thought of Pink Gin when looking at the gin and there it was a short way to Mr. Schäfer, who is hereby to be saluted!
Take a look and have fun.
By the way, you can find out which tonic water goes with it directly in the video. I’ll tell you this much: there are two favourites today.
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