Michel Laroche was one of the pioneers in the resurgence of quality winemaking in the south of France in the early 1980s. In 1996, he created Mas La Chevalière, a state-of-the-art winery on the grounds of a splendid 18th-century guesthouse, with the goal of producing wines that truly reflect the diversity of the Southern French varietals, climate and terroir.
The diversity of the soil, climates and grape varieties afford an exceptional range of white and rosé wines, all light and fresh, and red wines that are rich, balanced and well structured.
Mas La Chevalière is the product in the South of France by the phenomenal Domaine LaRoche in Burgundy. This zesty rosé is a seamless blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault in the 2019 vintage. It’s packed with bright red fruits led by raspberries and bing cherries and it’s extremely refreshing and light on its feet while managing to have a lot of body.