About the winery
Comprising of 60 ha of vineyards on rolling hills of vines which grow on chalk/clay soil covered in stones, the terroir of La Mascaronne had always been renowned for producing some of the finest and longest lived red wines of the region - complex, powerful with supple dark fruit (the 1999 red is still strong and delicious). The gently sloping vineyards consist of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle (Vermentino). Some older varietals are also incorporated to add complexity. The wines produced at La Mascaronne are all within the Côtes de Provence appellation and organic viticulture practices are employed. The grapes are hand harvested in the early morning, into small containers and sorted both in the vineyard and at the cellar door.
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