The Roche Mazet Story
‘Roche’ is French for “rock” in reference to the clayey limestone soils of the Pays d'Oc region. ‘Mazet’ is a stone shelter for farmers, winegrowers and breeders, symbolising a person in the very middle of the vines. Founded in 1998 inside Société des Vins de France, Roche Mazet’s sole ambition is to commercialise a well-made and affordable Pays d’Oc wine. The brand was launched in 1998 with a small range of two varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon. The range grew, adding new grape varieties and different formats. Today, Roche Mazet offers 7 varieties as still wines and 3 sparkling.
Why's this wine for you?
Roche Mazet is the home of some incredible bargain French wines, and this Cabernet is another standout. Made in the Pay d'Oc region - aka the home of France's best value wines - the Roche Mazet wines show delicious bright fruit, yet still with French charisma and savouriness. Smooth, round and so easy to drink, this gold medal winning red is exactly what you'd want in an everyday French red. The price is just the ultimate sweetener!
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The Brief
Alcohol
13.0%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2019
Cellar to
2023
Light Dark
Wine Scale 3
How's it taste?
The Roche Mazet Cabernet Sauvignon displays an intense red hue with lovely ruby tints. It is aged in wood and has a silky, well-balanced structure. Aromas of blackcurrant, cherry and truffle on the nose mingle with hints of vanilla. Elegance is the keynote on the palate, with hints of red fruit and the characteristic Roche Mazet woodiness on the finish.
How was it made?
The unmistakeable Roche Mazet touch comes from thorough selection. Pays d’Oc is a vast mosaic of wine growing situations and conditions. Roche Mazet picks out the places where the best of each grape variety is expressed and carefully blends them together with respect and great passion. While each Roche Mazet wine is a varietal, it is made up of a selection of fruit of that grape variety, a blend of different interpretations from different terroirs.

The Roche Mazet touch also involves winemaking techniques that bring out the fine qualities of each grape variety. The wines are wood-aged depending on the qualities of each vine type. With concentrated, richly supple varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, wood contributes roundness and body. With other types of wine, Roche Mazet aims to give free expression to the fruit, highlighting freshness and a full palette of aromas.
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