Discover an interview in english of the winemaker, Basile Guibert about french wines in Singapore.
RUMA SINGH: “On the story of Mas de Daumas Gassac, in the Aniane commune of Languedoc and its founder, Aimé Guibert.”
Mas de Daumas Gassac in Languedoc was inspirational. I went to see [the late] Aimé Guibert in 2006 and he taught me several things about…
“This bottle is not just an iconic wine. It’s frequently referred to as The Grand Cru of Languedoc. The 2019 Mas de Daumas Gassac Red is a remarkable vintage!”
Mas de Daumas Gassac Rosé Frizant is the perfect accompaniment to the new Bifteck restaurant brunch.
French and Asian fusion on the plates and in the glasses with a selection of Moulin de Gassac wines.
A decade or so after the launch of their first award-winning wine, the Guiberts came out with Moulin de Gassac, named for a Gallo-Roman mill that once stood in the vineyard property.
Fundado em 1971, Mas de Daumas Gassac é considerado “o único Grand Cru do Midi” pelo renomado escritor de vinhos britânico Hugh Johnson, e chamado de o “Lafite-Rothschild do
Languedoc-Roussilon pela revista Gault & Millau.
The wine we are pouring comes from the same area as the cloister of Saint-Guilhelm-le-Désert. Made from equal portions of Syrah and Carignan grapes, its label proclaims Guilhem wine to be “un vin comme autrefois”—
a wine like old times.
Eddie McDougall has collaborated with the Guibert family in the Languedoc to produce a new red wine
blend from its Moulin de Gassac estate.