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Mas Seren, Lilith, IGP Cevennes, 2019

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Mas Seren, Lilith, IGP Cevennes, 2019

"50% Cinsault, 50% Grenache Noir. 6,500 bottles produced.The two Mas Seren reds are quite fun to taste side by side; like two siblings who have a family semblance but are also so intrinsically different that you're wondering, not... Read More

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Mas Seren, Lilith, IGP Cevennes, 2019

ColourRed

RegionLanguedoc

Sub RegionCevennes

VillageAnduze

GrowerMas Seren

Grape VarietyCinsault & Grenache

Vintage2019

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

ClosureCork

MethodOrganic

CodeMSS319

Our Rating

Medium bodied

Light > Full

Languedoc-Roussillon

Mas Seren Andouze, Cevennes Emmanuelle Schoch is an indefatigable woman. With just eight hectares of vines, she works alone (no help from husband or children) apart from a little manual help from a worker who brings a horse-drawn plough to the vines to clear weeds. Her estate has vines around 400… Discover More Languedoc-Roussillon

Mas Seren

Andouze, Cevennes

Emmanuelle Schoch is an indefatigable woman.

With just eight hectares of vines, she works alone (no help from husband or children) apart from a little manual help from a worker who brings a horse-drawn plough to the vines to clear weeds.

Her estate has vines around 400 metres up on the edge of the Cevennes, some 40 km. north-west of Nîmes. Here...

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Grenache / Garnacha

Grenache / Garnacha 

Grenache grows well in hot, dry regions, though it can develop very high (15 degrees+) alcohol.

As such it is grown principally in Southern France and Spain (as Garnacha). It is usually blended with other varieties in the Southern Rhône and Languedoc (Syrah, Mourvedre, Carignan, Cinsaut and others).

Its flavour usually encompasses the...

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Jancis Robinson

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Voted the world's most influential wine critic in polls in the US, France and internationally in 2018, Jancis views herself as a wine writer rather than a wine critic.

She writes daily for JancisRobinson.com and weekly for the Financial Times. She is founder-editor of The Oxford Companion...

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Mas Seren, Lilith, IGP Cevennes, 2019

"50% Cinsault, 50% Grenache Noir. 6,500 bottles produced.
The two Mas Seren reds are quite fun to taste side by side; like two siblings who have a family semblance but are also so intrinsically different that you're wondering, not out loud of course, how close the milkman is to the family. The Lilith is kind, likes berry jam on toast for breakfast with a cup of milk-free cocoa, will happily snug up for a cuddle, has a fiery temper, is emotionally demonstrative, eats meat, listens to Snow Patrol, does the chores, studies hard, is disciplined but balanced. And then there is sibling Étincelle…17/20, Drink 2021-2025" Tamlyn Currin, jancisrobinson.com, May 2021

A different blend of halves of Cinsault grown on dolomite, and Grenache from calcareous limestone soils. Really extraordinary fragrance: fraises des bois and floral notes. So silky and fine. Now-2024

Emmanuelle Schoch is an indefatigable woman. With just eight hectares of vines, she works alone (no help from husband or children) apart from a little manual help from a worker who brings a horse drawn plough to the vines to clear weeds. "Seren" means star in Welsh. Her estate has vines around 400 metres up on the edge of the Cevennes, some 40 kms. north-west of Nimes. Here the folded geology is fascinating, leading to a mosaic of different soils: schist, dolomite, limestone fragments and volcanic grès rouges.

Viticulture and winemaking is near natural: organic cultivation; hand-picking; fermentation using only natural yeasts; and no barrels at all. Unsurprisingly the wines show an extraordinary purity. We had to ship them!

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