The Old Fire Station, Old Market, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire

Château La Mascaronne, Blanc, Côte de Provence

Château La Mascaronne is located in the village of Le Luc en Provence, on a sumptuous ring-shaped site where Nature seems perfectly intact. Unparalleled, the views of the estate’s age-old stone-walled terraces, magnificent hilly contours and borders of olive trees are truly breathtaking.

Convinced by the potential of La Mascaronne, Michel Reybier purchased the estate in 2020. He is also the owner of Cos d’Estournel, a Second Growth in Saint-Estèphe, Domaine Impérial Tokaj-Hétszölö, the Jeeper champagne house and La Réserve hotels in Paris, Geneva, Zurich and Ramatuelle.

“La Mascaronne counts among Provence’s most outstanding terroirs, and we are able to produce red, white and rosé wines that are wonderfully expressive and balanced, in the Provence style. We are as dedicated to the quality of our rosé wines as we are to that of our white and red wines. Château La Mascaronne Rosé is wonderful young and delightful throughout the year, while Château La Mascaronne Blanc and Château La Mascaronne Rouge offer excellent aging potential.” Michel Reybier

The Mascaronne Blanc is a blend of Vermentino and Semillon. The Vermentino that makes up the majority of the blend is picked at the very end of harvest to guarantee optimal concentration and maturity, and the resulting wines are a wonderful expression of the grape’s natural aromas. A smaller portion of Semillon grapes brings a certain complexity to the final blend. Delectable when young, Château La Mascaronne Blanc is also exquisite after three or four years of aging, when its floral notes and aromas of pear will have evolved into notes of apricot and quince.

Wines by grape


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