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2017 Mas Bres Pays des Cévennes Stella
2017 Mas Bres Pays des Cévennes Stella €8,95

2017 Mas Bres Pays des Cévennes Stella

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special mix of rolle, riesling and pinot gris
vineyard in the Cevennes, situated in a higher and therefore cooler way
mild, balanced taste with length
delicious with pasta with fish or shellfish

Tasting note Mas Bres Stella

Elegant dry white wine with a fine floral and fruity aroma and a mild balanced taste. Great aperitif but also delicious with fresh appetizers, salads or pasta with fish.


The white Mas Brès is an original white wine made from the special assembly rolle (vermentino) riesling (40%) and 10% pinot gris. The high vineyards in the Cévennes ensure a long ripening time for the grapes, so that they retain freshness and fruit aromas. The production process starts with a strict selection of only ripe and healthy grapes. Upon arrival in the wine cellar, they undergo a cold soaking process, releasing the fine and fruity aromas from the grape peel.

The grapes are then pressed and the alcoholic fermentation follows. This is followed by a maturation of a few months on the worked-out yeast cells ('sur lie') where winemaker Maurice Barnouin regularly mixes the wine and the sediment well. This technique is called 'bâtonnage' and provides a rich, full taste. The result: an original striking wine of excellent quality that distinguishes itself positively from the dominant sauvignon and chardonnay.


Producer Mas Bres
Country France
Origin area Cevennes
Grape variety Rolle
colour White
Type of wine Quiet
Bottle capacity 750
Screw cap No
Year 2016
Organic Yes
Organic without certificate No
Drink with

Great aperitif but also suitable with fresh appetizers, salads or pasta with fish.

Alcohol 13%
10 / 10
10 / 10
Maarten Post 13 March 2019