Wine Moulin de Gassac, Sauvignon Blanc
The wine has a clear pale yellow color.
Excellent balanced wine has an open, clean, lively flavor with notes of tropical fruit, leaves a lasting pleasant aftertaste.
Wine has a fresh fruit bouquet with dominant flavors of ripe peach and white flowers.
Wine perfectly complement Asian cuisine, asparagus or chicken. It is beautifully revealed in combination with fish, shrimp, cheese souffle and light salads. They enjoy good pure as an aperitif.
Winery Mas de Gassak Houses - known manufacturers of local wine (vin de pays), which brought fame to its eponymous province of Languedoc wine "Mas de Daumas Gassac". Despite the fact that the wine does not belong to any official appellation, it was honored to be called "one of the 10 best wines in the world" (Michael Broadbent), the only "Grand Cru of the South of France" (Hugh Johnson), "Lafitte Languedoc" ( authoritative restaurant guide Gault Millau) or simply "exceptional wine" (R. Parker).
Homestead "Mas de Daumas Gassac" acquired ownership Paris Glover Em Guibert (Aime Guibert), never planned to engage in winemaking, while on his plot of land not found garrignuyu soil with a layer of ice underneath, ideal for the cultivation of grapes. Releasing wines under the designation "vin de pays", wine makers get a lot of room for innovation and experimentation with wines. This is the way the road was the successful owner of the estate "Mas de Daumas Gassac".
"Every morning I go out on the street and say," Long live the nature! And they went to hell with new technology! "They call me an anarchist, but in fact I work as peasants used to work. I give and put those grape varieties, which I really needed so my bottle of wine can consist of 20 very different grape varieties "- Um Guibert. Ema on unique vineyards Guibert grown varieties Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot from Côte de Pomerol, Syrah from the Cote Rotie, Salt Syria, Pinot from Burgundy and even Contorno, Voskehat and Saperavi from Armenia. Also on the ancient vineyard cultivated varieties, planted in 1914 in the forest vineyards.