Paul Masson Wines have been making and producing wines in California, since first set up by the man himself over 140 years ago. An early pioneer of Californian viticulture, Paul Masson emigrated from the Burgundy region of France in 1878 to California, United States, where he met Charles Lefranc, one of a number of French immigrants who had expanded the viticulture introduced into the Santa Clara Valley by the Catholic mission fathers. Masson went back to France in 1880, but later returned to California due to the depression in the French wine industry caused by the Phylloxera plague. Still a stong name in the world of Californian wines Paul Masson is bottled in carafe style bottles, making them ideal to serve.Read More
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