Dom. Martinolles Pinot Noir

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De van oorsprong Bourgondische pinot noir voelt zich helemaal thuis in dit stukje van Zuid-Frankrijk. Deze wijn heeft een framboosrode kleur. In de neus lekker kersenfruit, naast een vleug zwoele kruiderij. De smaak is mondvullend en licht, onthult steeds meer rood fruit, ondersteund door fijne tannines.

Domaine de Martinolles is gesitueerd in het lieflijk en heuvelachtige landschap rondom Saint-Hilaire nabij de stad Carcasonne in de wijnregio Languedoc. De wijnen zijn van grote kwaliteit, mede onder de invloed van het klimaat door de nabijheid van de Atlantische Oceaan, en bezitten een grote gelijkenis met zeer waardige crus uit de Bourgogne. Bij het aanplanten van de wijngaarden, in de jaren zeventig, werd gekozen voor de klassieke druivenrassen pinot noir en chardonnay, die in het relatief koele klimaat uitstekend gedijen.

  • 100% Pinot noir
  • Fris en fruitig
  • Mooie prijs, mooie kwaliteit
  • Licht van kleur
  • Sterke complexe parfum
  • Wordt vaak vergeleken met Bourgogne

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Jaargang 2019
Alcohol 13,5%
Land Frankrijk
Regio Zuid-Frankrijk
Sluiting kurk
Inhoud 750ml
Druif Pinot Noir
Bewaarpotentie Tot 5 jaar na oogstjaar
Wijn & Spijs Bourgondische paté, gegrild gevogelte of kalfsvlees, klein wild en roodschimmel kaas.

Wat vind ik dit lekker! Hoog uit de heuvels van de Limoux afkomstig. Een glas wijn boordevol rijp fruit. Voor een gulle Bourgondische slok

Toine, van Toine Fassaert in Terneuzen

Perswijn over Dom. Martinolles ****

Aardbeien en kersen, fijn fruit.
Stevig en sappig, aangenaam, goede zuren.

European Winery of the Year

European Winery of the Year, Domaines Paul Mas, Combines Passion with Family Legacy | Wine Enthusiast’s 2020 Wine Star Awards
BY WINE ENTHUSIAST
Jean-Claude Mas, founder & owner of Domaine Paul Mas / Photo courtesy Domaine Paul Mas
Jean-Claude Mas, founder & owner of Domaine Paul Mas / Photo courtesy Domaine Paul Mas
For Jean-Claude Mas, Domaine Paul Mas’ founder and owner, working in the wine industry has always been a part of his destiny, and his passion. He recalls escaping from his mother during harvest as a toddler, running a mile and a half through the vineyard to find his grandfather in the cellar. That memory would prove formative to Mas and would be the first of many around his love of wine.

Based in the Languedoc region in the south of France, in the town of Pézenas, the Mas family has wine experience dating back to 1892. That’s when Mas’s great-grandfather, Auguste Mas, acquired the first plot of family vines. Subsequent generations only continued to grow the family’s vineyard holdings.

In 1987, Mas received around 86 acres of vineyards from his father, Paul Mas, to forge his own path.

Thirteen years later, Mas founded Domaines Paul Mas, named in honor of his father. Combining his passion for his family’s history, the wines of his native region and his education in marketing and economics, he aimed to create a brand of uniquely personal yet distinctively Languedoc-spirited bottlings, while also spreading regional awareness around the globe as well as bringing the family name into a new echelon of the wine world.


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“I wanted to elevate my father’s viticulteur legacy to authentic vigneron status while cultivating this inherited intuitive respect for my environment,” says Mas. “Vineyards have always been part of the Languedoc—the diversity of soil, elevation and the climatic conditions are all the elements necessary to bring to optimum maturity the grapes need while letting express their character and origin.”

Today, after 20 years in business, it’s clear that he succeeded in his mission. Domaines Paul Mas is now a powerhouse producer known around the world. The company’s portfolio currently boasts 15 chateaux and more than 20 brands, with a total annual production of around 22 million bottles that are distributed to 71 countries.

The family now owns 2,100 acres of vineyards across the Languedoc region, with another 3,700 contracted, for a total of 5,800 acres of vines. Of the family’s vineyard holdings, 60% are certified Agriculture Biologique (AB), and 80% are certified Terra Vitis and farmed organically, with the intent to be 100% organic within a couple of years.

“As it comes to my region, it is now time for the world to recognize it as one of the most beautiful, and where we produce some of the best wines in the world with a great respect to our environment,” he says.

Cote Mas foodtruck
Photo courtesy Domaine Paul Mas
While growth has been substantial over the past two decades, an intimate, family-minded and quality-driven ethos remains at the core of the company. Mas makes it a point to visit each estate every week to manage them and maintain the winery’s spirit, culture and philosophy.

“Basically, the biggest challenge is producing 20 million bottles with the same attention as when I started with 10,000 bottles,” he says.

Regardless of product line or price, overall quality and a consistent sense of style prevails throughout the portfolio, from the lighthearted Arrogant Frog and the accessible yet distinctive Côté Mas wines to the premium selections such as Château Lauriga, Château Crès Ricards, Domaine du Silène and Clos Astélia, the latest winery jewel in the Domaines Paul Mas crown named for Jean-Claude’s daughters.

It is for the remarkable reliability and quality across a range of products with a unique sense of style and expression of the Languedoc spirit that Wine Enthusiast names Domaines Paul Mas its European Winery of the Year. —Lauren Buzzeo

See the rest of our 2020 Wine Star Awards winners!
Published on November 11, 2020
TOPICS:Wine Star Awards

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