Mas Carlot is a beautiful oasis of rustic charm. Its foundations date back to the 17th century, with extensive renovations made in the 19th century, yet the presence of ancient Roman ruins suggests that this land has been farmed for at least 2,000 years. Paul-Antoine Blanc, owner of Paris’s famous Le Pied de Cochon restaurant in Les Halles, first fell in love with the property in 1986. Paul sold the restaurant and moved here to Bellegarde, tending to the renovations of the winery and cellars.
His daughter, Nathalie, followed him two years later, after finishing her studies in enology, and was transfixed by her new surroundings. She eventually fell in love with Cyril Marès of Mas de Bressades - literally the 'boy next door' - and settled in permanently to run the 75-hectare domaine. Energetic and passionate, Nathalie is regarded as one of the most talented winemakers of the Costières de Nîmes.
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