Vins de Pays
€13.99/Bottle | €167.88/Case
Deep, brilliant red Vinous, complex aromas, with hints of red berries (cherry, blackberry, and strawberry) and spice. Opens soft and fruity with gentle tannins. Delicate and sophisticated. Long and smooth; a touch rustic reflecting its terroir.
|Soils||Jurassic limestone slopes; arid and dry.|
|Grape varieties||A blend of typical Languedoc grapes : Syrah (30%), Grenache (30%), Carignan (25%), Cinsault (15%) – 25 year old vines.|
|Vinification||100% De-stemmed. All grape varieties mixed together. Maceration 10-12 days between 26°C and 32°C. No filtration.|
|Maturing||5 to 6 months in stainless steel tank.|
" Daumas Gassac brought new ideas to the Languedoc by farming organically, using low-yielding old clone vines and planting a multitude of grape varieties to build complexity in their wines. The French magazine Gault-Milau called Daumas Gassac "Lafite Rothchild of the Languedoc-Roussillon" while the London Times argued that it tasted like a "Latour"; Hugh Johnson called it "the only Grand Cru of the Midi", Michael Broadbent wrote "One of the ten best wines in the world" and Robert Parker, Jr. claimed it to be "Exceptional" and "One of the most remarkable non-appellation wines of France." The Wine Spectator's 1994 article on this region concluded, "Only four wines rated outstanding, and they are all from the same producer - Mas de Daumas Gassac, the undisputed star of the Languedoc-Roussillon."
Light, elegant reds, Organic - Natural cultivation