Mas des Brousses

Brousses translates as bush, or brush; this is, literally, the farm in the brush.

Amidst the rolling scrub-covered hills around Puéchabon and the pebble-strewn terrasses near the Hérault river lie the domaine’s plots of vines.

Tall Géraldine Combes (from a family who have inhabited Puéchabon, near Gignac, since 1525) juggles looking after three boys with tending the vines. Husband Xavier Peyraud, grandson of the legendary Lucien Peyraud of Domaine Tempier, is the winemaker.

What stands them apart from other estates in the Terrasses du Larzac is the high proportion of Mourvèdre, the vines coming from Xavier’s carefully transplanted cuttings from Tempier in Bandol. Their wines are not certified, but they have been organic in practice for years.

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Mas des Brousses, Chasseur des Brousses, IGP Saint-Guilhem-Le-Desert, 2019

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Mas des Brousses, Chasseur des Brousses, IGP Saint-Guilhem-Le-Desert, 2019

This is from organically farmed (and certified) vines up in the wild hills at Puechabon,...

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OriginFrance

RegionLanguedoc

ColourRed

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

CodeMAB119

GrapeMourvedre, Merlot & Syrah

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Mas des Brousses, Terrasses du Larzac, 2017

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Mas des Brousses, Terrasses du Larzac, 2017

Seductive, warm Mediterranean perfume of garrigue, autumnal fruit and vanilla oak. Super-smooth...

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OriginFrance

RegionLanguedoc

ColourRed

ABV14%

Bottle75cl

CodeMAB217

GrapeMourvedre, Syrah & Grenache

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