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The estate was created in the 1850s. The name comes from the word ‘Mirador’ because it is located on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Bassin de Thau and the Saint Clair mountains. Joseph Albajan was born into winemaking and bought the estate off former owners in 1988. To date, the estate operates 30 hectares of vineyards, for a yearly production of about 2000 hectolitres. Clayey limestone mix on south-facing terraces with the vines between 30-100 years old.

This is a deliciously understated wine, a touch of savoury brininess, a hint of white flowers, and before you know it, the contents of the bottle have disappeared into history. Thirst quenching and utterly appropriate with linguine of crab with chilli, garlic and parsley.