The estate

Since the 11th century, Mas du Novi, a former dependency of the Abbey of Valmagne, has been producing wine on one of the most beautiful wine estates of the Languedoc, on the last hillside of the Cévennes range before the Mediterranean, at an altitude of 150 metres.
Today the estate comprises 42 hectares of organic vineyards and is set in 60 hectares of woods and scrub land of the Languedoc Grès de Montpellier and the IGP Pays D’Oc wine regions.


Once upon a time… in 1139, Abbot Foulques of the Abbey of Ardorel (Tarn), founded the Abbey of Valmagne on land ceded by the feudal lord of Cabrières, vassal of Raymond Trencavel, Viscount of Béziers. The MAS du NOVI was one of its wine production buildings, located on the surrounding hills and enjoying breathtaking views of the nearby coastline, according to early documents about the area. However, traces of the presence of Romans have been found on the site, suggesting that even they were already producing wine here.

Thierry Thomas

The estate is open to the public and we invite you to discover this unique place that we have renovated to modern standards while respecting local tradition. Come for a visit and taste our award-winning wines.

Gold Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2001

Gold Medal at Concours Général 2001, 2005 and 2007 in Paris

Gold Medal at the Vinalies Internationales 2006

Gold Medal at the

2001, 2003 et 2006

Chardonnay du Monde