Matassa

Matassa

Domaine Matassa is located in Calce a remote village at the foot of the Pyrenees in Cotes du Roussillon. It was founded in 2002 by Tom Lubbe, a native of New Zealand who has grown up in Africa and a winemaker in French wineries, and Sam Harrop, an oenologist with the aim of producing natural wines full of natural energy. Domaine Matassa is made up of small plots of very old vineyards, with an average age between 30 and 113, surrounded by Mediterranean scrubs. Twelve hectares of cultivated biodynamic varieties with native varieties such as; Macabeu, Muscat with petit grain, Moscato d'Alessandria, Grenache Gris for white grapes and Grenache Noir, Mourvèdre and Carignan for red ones. In the cellar only spontaneous fermentations, indigenous yeasts, refinements in concrete tanks or wooden barrels and minimum use of sulfur. The result of all this work are models, theses, nerves and minerals.

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