Languedoc is the most ancient of the vineyards in France and the biggest wine region in the world. This area stretches over more than 300 km
and represents 3 times the vineyards of Bordeaux and more than 4 times the Australian vineyards.
The influence of climate and altitude plays
the most determining role in the production of these wines from the south of France. The most part of the territory is under Mediterranean
influence whereas the region of Carcassonne has oceanic influences caused by the proximity of the Pyrenees. These climates put the vineyards
near Limoux under the threat of spring frosts.
Le Mas la Chevalière has three vineyards: Roqua Blanca
, with a warm and dry climate, which produces rich and elegant reds; Peyroli
, planted in altitude and which preserves the freshness favourable for the development of the Chardonnay flavours, and finally the vineyard that spreads out at the bottom of the Mas
, with its diversity of noble grape varieties.