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Mas Costeplane

Situated in the Languedoc region of France, 20 kilometers northwest of Nîmes and 40 kilometers north of Montpellier, Mas Costeplane sits atop of a clay and limestone plateau and benefits from a unique climate afforded by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea and Cevennes Mountains, which slows ripening, preserves freshness, and gives wines vivacity when compared to the neighboring Languedoc plains. Located more than two kilometers from its closest neighbor and surrounded by hills covered in garrigue with a blend of pine trees, green oaks, and aromatic plants, the winery and its vines are isolated.

Mas Costeplane’s history is as rich and diverse as their wines produced, with the original deed of sale dating back to 1405. Over the centuries a sheep farm, a silk farm, a horse stable, and even an 18th century church has occupied the current site. To this day, ruins from the church remain next to a mighty oak from the same period.

The winery as it is known today dates back to 1958, when the oldest Carignan vines were planted. In 1960, Grenache was planted, with the remaining vines planted between 1988 and 1995.

In 1989, when the wine cellar was built, Mas Costeplane set out to produce organic wines. Convinced by the quality and flavors found in regional biodynamic wines, they converted operations to biodynamic and were certified by Demeter in 2011.

In 2018, Mas Costeplane entered its next chapter, as Loïc Manchec, a wine maker who cut his teeth working in several prestigious Bordelaise houses, took over production, remaining true to Mas Costeplane’s commitment to biodynamic production methods, fostering and promoting biodiversity.

Today, Mas Costeplane works with several varietals - Vermentino, Grenache Blanc, Chardonnay, Syrah, Grenache Noir, Carignan, and Merlot – to craft a diverse range of wines.

Essential Information

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Low Intervention Since


Viticulture Practices

Polyculture & Biodynamic

Soil Composition

Clay & Limestone

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