An unparalleled rosé value crafted under the watchful eyes of the South of France's top estate, Mas de Daumas Gassac needs no introduction. Often referred to as the Grand Cru of the Midi (South of France), the estate's wines have reached international cult status. The estate was farmed in a traditional and natural way long before the Guibert family established the Grand Crus vineyards of Gassac.
Several years back, the Guibert family began working with a neighboring cooperative in Sête to produce fun, full-flavored wines from the surrounding countryside and rocky hillsides. Organic farming is de rigueur and the vinification is closely overseen by the Guibert family. The results are splendidly aromatic wines that bring out the terroir of this Mediterranean region. The Moulin de Gassac wines are named after St. Guilhem, the patron saint of the area in the village of St. Guilhem le Desert, one of the most stunningly beautiful villages in Europe drawing people from all over the world.
This luscious dry Rosé comes from 25-50 year old vines grown along the Gassac River. It boasts a pleasant, intense nose with hints of strawberries. Full and round on the palate with red fruit flavors, enjoy this wine with tabbouleh, salads, pizza, grilled meats, and chili. (from the vintner)
CountryFranceRegion/StateLanguedocSub-RegionPays D'HeraultTypeRoséVarietalSyrah/Shiraz, Carignan/MazueloVintage2018Alcohol12%Grape50% Syrah, 50% Carignan