Mas de Saporta is a curious place. On the outskirts of Montpellier, France and technically in the town of Lattes, it’s an old farmstead that, as modernity grew up around it, was swallowed whole as various highways and train lines drilled right through it. While nothing is farmed there now, the historic house has remained and its 17th century (or older) walls now encompass a variety of entities, including a shop for the wines of Languedoc, a restaurant, and an event space which is where, at the end of the […]

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