Mas de Daumas Gassac

This is how the late Aimé Guibert described his wine. He deliberately left natural scrubland in his domain so that all the flavours of the Midi could be incorporated into it, believing that its wild herbs and flowers add complexity and individuality. One of the first growers to start the ‘Languedoc Revolution’, Aimé Guibert’s Mas de Daumas Gassac is now the best-known of the region. Aimé, once a lawyer, moved to the country in the 70s, taking the advice of a geologist friend on which cépages to plant in his unique terroir. The rest is history. His wines, the ‘Grand Cru wines of the Languedoc’ fetching some of the region’s highest prices, cannot be labelled as anything other than ‘Vin de Pays’ because of the grape varieties used.

In recent years and since his very sad passing in May 2016, Aimé’s sons, Samuel, Roman, Gael and Basile have continued his legacy. The passion, dedication, individuality and quality of the wines live on.

A perfect "House Red" this all too easy to drink red shows round, soft and supple red fruits with a hint of spice - essence of Languedoc in a bottle.

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A well-balanced wine with soft, plump fruit and subtle herbal notes. It makes a delicious quaffing wine.

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This is the perfect summer drink for a touch of decadence, as an aperitif, at a picnic, with strawberries or just for general drinking! A wonderful alternative to rosé Champagne for special occasions (it went down very well at our wedding!). Fresh and vivacious raspberry and strawberry fruit with lovely balance and finesse.

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This is the perfect summer drink for a touch of decadence, as an aperitif, at a picnic, with strawberries or just for general drinking! A wonderful alternative to rosé Champagne for special occasions (it went down very well at our wedding!). Fresh and vivacious raspberry and strawberry fruit with lovely balance and finesse.

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We recommend you drink this wine young to capture its delightful floral aromas, pure apricot fruit and creamy finish. Also available in half bottles and magnums.

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This very complex wine will keep and develop for many years. Made from classic Bordeaux varieties, it undergoes Médoc style vinification with a long fermentation and 12-16 months in old oak barrels. The result is a fantastic bouquet of crushed blackberries and mulberries with smoke and leather culminating in a long, silky finish. Perfect with venison or wild boar and game.

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This very complex wine will keep and develop for many years. Made from classic Bordeaux varieties, it undergoes Médoc style vinification with a long fermentation and 12-16 months in old oak barrels. The result is a fantastic bouquet of crushed blackberries and mulberries with smoke and leather culminating in a long, silky finish. Perfect with venison or wild boar and game.

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This very complex wine will keep and develop for many years. Made from classic Bordeaux varieties, it undergoes Médoc style vinification with a long fermentation and 12-16 months in old oak barrels. The result is a fantastic bouquet of crushed blackberries and mulberries with smoke and leather culminating in a long, silky finish. Perfect with venison or wild boar and game.

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