“Composed from Grenache and Carignan from 20 year old vines; Delicate aromas of raspberry and wild strawberries and cream; lovely refreshing acidity on the palate, and pure, fresh flavours of red berried fruits leading to a succulent finish with mineral nuances. Very easy to drink and the first choice for Summer”
Summer days demand great summer wine, so it's vitally important to have a good rosé at hand to take instant advantage of the glorious sunshine. My advice is to grab a case or two and pop it in the fridge so you are covered whenever a cooling, refreshing glass of Rose is required.
The Guibert family, Vignerons of the Mas de Daumas Gassac produces this affordable Languedoc Rosé using the skills they have developed at their famous property Mas de Daumas Gassac. The vineyards are near the Thau Lagoon, south of Aniane in between Béziers and Montpelier with Jurassic limestone slopes, with clay and flint. The resulting blend comprises 50% Carignan and 50% Grenache.