Mas Lasta is a 9 hectare small winery in south of France between Larzac and mediterraneen sea, growing little parcels of old Grenache, Syrah and Carignan.
Anne-Laure SICARD, owner and wimemaker, says:
“Before settling my vineyard as a female winemaker, i was studying viticulture and winemaking at Montpellier school of agronomist. Then i was travelling the wine world (australia, uruguay, canada, spain and france) to learn more about vine and wine. I settled Mas Lasta in 2015.”
Anne Laure Sicard made her first harvest in 2016, however she is not a beginner either since after obtaining her diploma in oenology in Montpellier, she worked at Château Latour, then went around the world as a winemaker (Spain, Australia, Canada, Uruguay, Argentina). Back in Languedoc, she took over 9 hectares of vines located at 450 m of altitude at the northern limit of Terrasses du Larzac. Hence the name of the domaine, Mas Lasta (= the last vines).
Region: Languedoc, France
Grapes: Grenache, Syrah/Shiraz