Mistral …. What’s in the name?
You may not know but Mistral is the name of a wind that blows in the South of France which means “The Master!” in the Languedoc dialect.
Cold and powerful, it is usually associated with dry and clear blue skies, therefore playing an important role in the local climate. For example, the mistral is responsible for the sunny climate (more than 300 sunny days a year in Languedoc) and the clarity of the air by blowing away dust and particles.
By bringing sunshine and dryness to the region, the mistral has an important effect on crops. It removes stagnant water and mud on the ground and dries the fruit on the stem or the branch, hence creating terrific growing conditions that deeply affect what we call in France “le terroir”, a divine combination of soil, climate and know-how.
This is what Mistral Experiences is all about: allowing you to dive in the South of France and immersing yourself in a small community to fully experience the flavours and the culture a region can bring.
Mistral will connect you to a truly unique experience!
So, ready to be blown away?