Monday, May 28, 2012

Mas Belles Eaux has a new website. Check it out.

 I had the opportunity in February this year (during Vinisud) to visit Mas Belles Eaux.

Now they have a new website and I wanted to share it with you: 

Paying homage to the vibrant colours of the South of France , the new website celebrates the beauty of the Mas Belles Eaux vineyards, set in the very heart of the Languedoc.
From invoking the spirit of the region to a guided tour of the winery, each section is magnificently illustrated with photographs bathed in that magical South of France sunlight. With a specially-produced film, technical director Cédric Loiseau guides visitors as they explore the natural treasures of a terroir whose wines are worthy rivals for any Grand Cru in the world.
From the fresh aromas of the Mas Belles Eaux Rosé to the fruity elegance of Les Coteaux, the Belles Eaux portfolio of wines gathers together the finest flowers from the terroir, with full details of the different grape varieties and wine profiles for downloading.

To keep everyone up to date with the latest news from the estate, the website Gazette is packed with exclusive features, including a behind-the-scenes look at the blending of the 2011 vintage wines.

Exploring is like taking a relaxing stroll around the sun-dappled vineyards, and encountering a few pleasant surprises along the way. In the summertime this virtual tour becomes a reality with the popular ‘Nocturnes’ tastings, accompanied by South of France ‘tapas’. All under the stars and the floodlit trees beside the estate house. From June 13 onwards, every Wednesday through to Septem
ber, Mas Belles Eaux is open to visitors to enjoy a ‘Nocturnes’ evening (subject to reservation).

Now I have to find a way to be there on a Wednesday evening... :)

Luiz Alberto, #winelover

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