One of France’s most iconic and controversial vignerons, Aimé Guibert founded Mas de Daumas Gassac with his wife Véronique in the heart of the Hérault in the 1974. Vines were not part of the original plan, but they were convinced by a geologist friend that the terroir had the potential to produce outstanding quality wine. Often referred to as the ‘Grand Cru of the Midi’, Mas de Daumas Gassac became a cult wine from its first vintage in 1978. Although based on cabernet sauvignon, the blend also includes diverse varieties such as tannat, nebbiolo, barbera and dolcetto. Both red and white cuvées are famed for their ability to remain youthful and vibrant for over twenty years.
Mas de Daumas Gassac Rouge 2020
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