The wines produced at La Mascaronne are all within the Côtes de Provence appellation and organic viticultural practices are employed. The grapes are harvested by hand in the early morning, into small containers, and sorted both in the vineyard and at the cellar door.
The gently sloping vineyards covered in stones consist of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Cinsault and Rolle (Vermentino). Some older varietals are also incorporated which add complexity.
Vita Bella White
Old vine Ugni-Blanc, Rolle.
Expressive nose of white flowers and apricot with full bodied taste and ripe fruit finish.
Syrah with Mourvèdre.
Powerful, complex nose with intense aromas of dark berries and cherry with generous palate of red and black fruits and a long spicy finish.
Guy da Nine White
Rolle fermented in new French oak barrels.
Rich, yellow colour with glints of gold. Complex expression of ripe apricots with hints of toast and brioche. Great depth of fruit flavours and subtle freshness of pineapple. Wonderful, long finish.
Guy da Nine Red
Deep Ruby Syrah and Cabernet.
Fermented in oak cuves. Intense aroma of red fruit, cherry and preserves with chocolate and toasted vanilla. Distinguished long finish with persistent and powerful silky tannins.
All Mascaronne wines are made exclusively from grapes grown in our own vineyards. We don’t buy in grapes, nor juice and we don’t add sugar or concentrated must.
Our wines are regularly recognised in the major competitions (Concours General Agricole de Paris, Vinalies, Concours des Vins de Provence, Grands Vins de France Macon) as well as listings in the major Guides (Gilbert & Gaillard, Hachette ..)
"An assemblage of Syrah and Mourvedre for this wine whose profound colour hints at a deep concentration. The nose discloses intense aromas of very ripe black fruirs and of cherries steeped in alcohol"read more
A highscore for this delicate Rosé, even if our best recognition are our long-term business relationships with all our supporters. ""This organic producer clearly merits more attention. The 2018 Côtes de Provence Rose Quat'Saisons offers up hints of wet stone, fresh...read more
Tom Bove speaks to The Wine Spectator about his restoration work at La Mascaronne.read more