Château Paul Mas
Château Paul Mas is an estate under the larger Domaines Paul Mas, which currently covers around 850 hectares of wine country in the heart of the Languedoc.
The Paul Mas style of wines are the result of symbiotic harmony between an extraordinary region for producing wines, passion for the vineyard, respect for the grapes during vinification, and great blending and ageing knowledge.
The Story of Château Paul Mas
The legend of Vinus, the Heron, started on the Hérault Riverbanks, at the foot of Château Paul Mas in Pézenas. Languedoc Grands Crus and Grands vins, from their vineyards in Pézenas or Montagnac, at the Nicole Estate, make up this range, which also includes varietal wines with distinct character.
Château Paul Mas is made of 3 Estates: the Castle and a 25-ha vineyard in Conas, near Pézenas, the cellar and a 80-ha vineyard in Nicole, near Montagnac (where we produce the Clos des Mures), and 40 ha in Caux.
Their labels feature Vinus the heron in front of the Conas castle.
Thanks to the gravelly clay-limestone soils on the slopes of the Hérault valley and the limestone and fossil soils of the slopes descending to the Thau marshes, the wines are extremely charming and robust.
The vines benefit from a north, south and west exposure, cooled by the Mistral and the Tramontane wind in an exceptional setting surrounded by olive trees, oaks and pine forests.