Mas des Cabres is a Languedoc family domaine dating back to 1724, situated between Nimes and Montpellier, near the foothills of the Cevennes mountains. The name Mas des Cabres comes from the name of the lieu-dit where the vineyard is situated: goats used to be breeded in this area in the 18th century. In 2003, Nathalie and Florent Boutin and family decided to bottle their own unique wines that reflect the Languedoc terroir. Grown in limestone and red clay soil, their philosophy is minimal intervention- from the vines to the chai- to let the wines express their true nature. The winery is certified sustainable by Terra Vitis, which takes into account the work in both the vineyard and the winery.
This aromatic white wine is made from 55% Vermentino 40% Roussanne, & 5% Viognier. Lutte Raisonnée viticulture and vinification. Grapes are crushed early and vinified with a low temperature (14°C) followed by 6 months aging in tank.
This delicate, dry rosé is made from 70% Cinsaut, & 30% Syrah. Grapes are crushed and vinified with a low temperature (14°C) and aged 6 months in tank.
Terres d'Aspères Rouge
This spicy, savory red wine is made from 80% Syrah & 20% Grenache. Lutte raisonnée viticulture and vinification. After fermentation the wine is aged for 12 months - 95% in tank, 5% in Bordeaux barrels.
Sommières La Draille Rouge
This is a special red wine that characterizes this region. It is made from 40% Grenache, 40% Syrah, & 20% Mourvèdre. Lutte raisonnée viticulture and vinification. After fermentation the wine is aged for 15 to 18 months - 50% in Bordeaux barrels, 50% in tank.