Paul Mas Estate

The Paul Mas range of varietal wines is produced from our vineyards on the Nicole Estate in Montagnac, near Pézenas. In the rolling hills of the Hérault Valley and just a few kilometers from the Mediterranean coast, this region within the Languedoc is ideal for the production of premium wines. Vinus the heron features on all the labels from Domaines Paul Mas. The story goes that he was often seen in the Paul Mas vineyards, preferring the ripe grapes to the fish from the river. The Paul Mas Estate range comprises varietal wines made from the fruit of our top vineyards, each one offering its own distinctive character, all with an unmistakable Languedoc style.

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MALBEC GARDEMIEL VINEYARD
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CARIGNAN VIEILLES VIGNES
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CHARDONNAY – ST. HILAIRE VINEYARD
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LANGUEDOC GSM
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MARSSANNE LA FORGE VINEYARD
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PICPOUL DE PINET
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PINOT NOIR – ST. HILAIRE VINEYARD
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HISTORY

Named after the original Mas family home, Château Paul Mas and Paul Mas Estate wines showcase the terroir, complexity and style of anguedoc estate superior winemaking.

TERROIR

Located on the hillsides of the Hérault overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the Savignac vineyard is the ideal growing location for Carignan grapes. These mature vines, some over 50 years old, have reached a perfect natural balance. Even though produced in the Côteaux du Languedoc, Cru Grés de Montpellier appellation, this single varietal wine can only be designated IGP Pays de L’Hérault.

PEOPLE

Jean-Claude Mas, independent winemaker, fourth generation grape grower, first generation winemaker and owner of Domaines Paul Mas, is a leader in fine winemaking in the Languedoc region of the South of France. Since taking the helm of the family winery in 2000, he has prioritized sourcing the highest quality grapes from twelve privately owned estates and premier growers in the Languedoc to make wines of authenticity and refinement. The result is a collection of magnificently charming wines that burst forward with the warmth and stunning beauty of the Languedoc.