Light and fresh flavours of grapefruit and Mediterranean herbs. Great drinking.
A delicious blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. A light, fresh Rosé made for early drinking. Subtle flavours of grapefruit and Mediterranean herbs. A classic Southern French Rosé that represents amazing value.
Producer: Mas de Daumas
Region/Country: Languedoc, France
Grape/s: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan
Production Method: Sustainable farming. Short skin maceration and gentle press, cool fermentation in stainless steel and minimal sulphur added
Style: Dry and pale aperitif style rose
Pairing Suggestion: Salads, light vegetable dishes, all on its own
Profile: Grenache is an extremely widely planted variety, very well suited to warmer climates, where it is commonly blended with the likes of Mourvedre, Cinsault, Syrah and Carignan. It grows as a bush vine, making it suited to drought conditions and helping to protect the fruit from sun and wind damage. Wines display vivid red colour and vibrant red fruit character alongside distinctive Mediterranean herb flavourings. With added ripeness Grenache can take on a more medicinal tinge and greatly concentrated, dried fruit flavours. There are many old vine plantings throughout the Southern Rhone and Australia, and the wines produced from these offer extremely good value for money.
Classic Regions: Southern Rhone (France), Rioja, Priorat (Spain), McLaren Vale (Australia), Swartland (South Africa)
Mas de Daumas Gassac
Mas de Daumas Gassac was founded in 1970 by Véronique and Aimé Guibert. From the founding of the estate to this day, the Guiberts have drawn on that ancient tradition, farming organically, harvesting by hand, and sparing no effort to respect nature and allow the free expression of the distinctive Gassac terroir.