Painting dating from the Napoleonic period brought back to the Mas de Rey estate in the 19th century.

Une histoire qui vous transporte au fil des siècles

Dive into the history of the oldest wine-producing Mas Camarguais... Over the centuries, several great innovative families have succeeded one another and made it a prestigious estate known for the cultivation of rare and local grape varieties: Chasan, Caladoc and Marselan. Each of the owners has left an indelible mark on the estate; a majestic sphinx in the cellar still bears witness to this wealth.

12th century

The Mas de Rey estate dates back to the 12th century, when the Templar Order settled there and built a temple.

17th century

After its destruction, a magnificent chapel was rebuilt on the foundations of the Temple. It became a place of passage on the road to Compostela.


The Domaine became a wine estate after cereals and silkworms were cultivated. When you arrive at the Domaine, after the tree-lined driveway, you can still see the magnificent century-old wall trees.


My parents Didier and Cathy took over this magnificent Mas Camarguais which needed to regain its splendour. My father and his team undertook the renovation and restoration work according to traditional Provencal methods.


I was only 22 years old when I joined my father and his team. After studying wine, I quickly became involved in the Domaine and finally devoted myself entirely to it. Passionate about my job, I surround myself with the best to create quality wines.

SINCE 2020

Brimming with innovative ideas, I wish to continue to inscribe the Domaine in its continuous innovation process and I am committed to organic farming since 2020.

Marion Cornille