Mas de la Devèze sits in the heart of red wine country. Founded in 1850, this tiny estate was initially farmed for livestock, with a small patch of vines for the farmer's personal use. However, in 2012 Simon and Nathalie Hughes sold their house in Provence and moved their family here with the dream of making wine. In just four short years, they've increased their vineyard holdings from six to 22 hectares and have picked up a number of awards and accolades, including 90 points from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate for their 2014 - not bad for their second full vintage! Crafted from a high percentage of both noble Mourvèdre and Syrah, this wine is complex, ripe and brimming with character. Try with rich cassoulet or wild boar sausages.