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"Lively, vivid rose pink. Some salmon glints. Nose Pleasant, intense, floral with notes of citruses. Palate Well balanced with freshness combining red currants and berries tight final. Finish Splendidly fresh and long: thoroughly 'more-ish.'"
"As a wine growing district Languedoc-Roussillon has had to struggle somewhat. However, the area’s reputation as a mass producer of simple bulk wines is beginning to wash off and the district seems to be producing one brilliant wine after the next. Wine enthusiasts have a real interest to explore among the thousands of vineyards in this area, the largest wine-growing district in France.
The history of Mas de Daumas Gassac is quite extraordinary: In Millau, a little way up in the Cevennes, there is a more than 300 year old family company producing gloves and other leather goods. In 1970, the boss, Aimé Guibert and his wife Veronique, acquired what was then a very run down vineyard – a mas – between the town of Gignac and Aniane, just west of Montpelier. They had a dream of growing good quality wine and knew that the soil at the foot of the Gassac hills would be suitable for this purpose. What started off as a dream in 1970, the “country wine” of Mas de Daumas Gassac has now grown into one of the finest wines in the world."
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