Mas Champart

Isabelle Champart and her husband Matthieu arrived in St. Chinian in 1976, from the north of France. Their estate began as a run-down house surrounded by 8 ha. They slowly developed their vineyards, and until 1988 they sent their grapes to the coop. Altogether they now have sixteen hectares. They bottle some of the most nuanced, pure, and delicious wines in the Languedoc. The Champarts’ often steep chalk-clay hillsides that favor Mourvedre and their nearly 300m-high rocky plateau with its walled-in Syrah and Carignan conduce to blends of unusually elegant interplay between fruit, animal, and mineral elements.






IGP Pays d'Oc, St Chinian, St Chinian blanc, VDP Monts de la Grage

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Wines from this Winery

Mas Champart St Chinian Causse du Bousquet

A vivaciously fresh-fruited, complex and balanced wine with a great drinkability. A very Northern Rhone-ish, high quality St. Chinian.

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Mas Champart St Chinian Clos de la Simonette

A rich and elegant wine with some great freshness.

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17 RVF
90 TWA