Improbable, and impossible, but through heroic perseverance, the Guibert family has succeeded in bringing their wines to the attention of the world. We have two on offer, meeting the needs of all your summer drinking activities – from a picnic by the sea with rose, to a formal meal of roasted lamb with the rouge. Both are scrumptious.
The rose’s beautifully woven texture rests on a backbone of ripe fruit and mineral-driven flavors. It is a DRY rose, made from Grenache. Aromas of freshly picked strawberries, white peaches, hints of tarragon and rosemary spring from the glass. Its full-bodied texture is compellingly dry, leaving mineral hints of the French countryside after a light rain. The finish is crisp and dry, refreshing, urging you to drink the next glass – a perfect bottle for sharing in the afternoon sun.
The pedigree of the Daumas Gassac Rouge hints at the power and longevity of the wine itself: born of the Languedoc’s greatest Cru translated by own-rooted First Growth Cabernet vines, this is very serious wine. Vivid and swirling aromas of black cherries, cassis, cedar, wood smoke, and graphite invite the drinker into the ultimate drinking experience. The wild countryside plays a part: touches of olives, roasted game, and garrigue add layers of complexity. The palate is succulent with integrated tannins, giving proof to the longevity of stacked and packed wine.
Indeed, just two weeks ago in London, the Guiberts hosted a tasting of all the Daumas Gassac Rouge wines they have ever made, back to 1978. All were in top form.
Don’t miss these two stunning wines. Please contact us regarding pricing and availability: 414-289-9463 or email@example.com