Wine Chateau Massac - a bright representative of Loupiac, Tarn region, which is famous for its sweet wines, not only in France but also abroad. The region is located in the picturesque hills near the valley of the Garonne. Château Massac created from grapes Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Moscatel, who collected after full maturity. Secret sweets and concentrated flavor - use grapes touched by so-called "noble rot" Botrytis cinerea (gray mold), which appears in the fully ripe berries white grapes, searing them to zaizyumlivaniya. Only after that the berries were collected and subjected to further vinification. After gentle pressing is slow fermentation to achieve the right balance between alcohol content and sugar. Wine is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels. Wine storage capacity - 10 years.
Winemaking traditions in the family Arnaud lived for four generations. Today the company manages Vignobles Arnaud Jean-Yves Arnaud, the vineyards are located on the territory of the communes Gabarnak, Loupiac, Tarn and San Croix-du-Mont, Gironde. 21 out of 37 hectares set aside for the cultivation of white grapes, especially for the production of sweet wines, the remaining 16 hectares of crop yield red varieties. On the slopes Garrone terroir favors growing Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, as well as allows you to collect a great harvest Semillon and Muscatel. Wine production is organized in several ways. Owned winery Chateau following: Domaine La Croix (which produces dry red, white, pink and sweet white wines), Château Frappe-Peyrot (Bordeaux Supérieur wine category) and Château Mazarin (sweet white wine from Loupiac, Tarn).