Vins de pays des coteaux de l’Ardèche :
beloved, envied countryside and territory.
Far from industrial pollution, the vineyards grow tranquilly under the southern sun, far from major roads.
In the heart of southern Ardèche, the "Domaine Mas du Vinobre" is located between the wild Ardèche river and the foothills of the Cévennes.
The vines grow on clayey-chalky pebbly soils, alongside mulberry trees, olive groves and wild scrubland plants such as spike lavender, thyme, honeysuckle and dorycnium.
Just slightly above the vineyards you find the very first specimens of the legendary Ardèche tree, the Chestnut tree (Châtaignier).
The Vins de Pays des Coteaux de l’Ardèche made by the Mas de Vinobre reflect the colourful geology they spring from. Wine connoisseurs appreciate the elegant, authentic varietal wines and the blends, all of which express the character of their terroir.
The wine estate has been handed down from father to son, and has gone from organic to biodynamic.
Organically farmed for over 25 years, the estate is now managed in Biodynamic Agriculture.
The wines are certified by Ecocert and also have the Demeter certification.
The estate uses its carefully selected grape varieties to make a wide range of red, rosé and white vins de pays with the French “Protected Geographical Status” (IGP).