– 32% Viognier (origin of the vine: Georges Vernay – Condrieu).
– 29% Petit Manseng (origin des bois : Charles Hours – Béarn).
– 21% Chardonnay.
– 4% Chenin Blanc (origin of the vine: Domaine Huet – Vouvray).
– 14% rare grape varieties: Bourboulenc, Marsanne, Roussanne, Petit Courbu, Muscat Ottonel, Muscat Petit grain, Muscat d’Alexandrie, Gros Manseng, Semillon (France).
Neherleschol (Israël), Petite Arvine, Amigne (Suisse), Sercial de Madère (Portugal), Tchilar, Khondorni (Arménie), Albarino (Espagne).
2007 would have been a special year; dry and warm, followed by strangely cool weather still with no rain, means it will be a mineral vintage, elegant, a vintage that owes more to the earth than the sky, a great vintage of the Terroir.
Skin maceration for 5 to 7 days Fermentation in stainless steel tank.
This vintage is already showing every sign of utterly fabulous aromas and savours.
The two lives of Mas de Daumas Gassac White Wine
Laid down in a cool cellar (14°-16°C, 57-60°F) even the oldest can happily wait with no problem for many years. However, being laid down in warmer temperatures will speed up the wines’ maturity.
To taste within the first three years if you appreciate wonderful fruity flavours.
Drink our white wines as an aperitif or with a meal. They drink beautifully with most dishes.
Quite a different wine from the third or fourth year! Its youthful fruitiness will have disappeared, to be replaced by new flavours reminiscent of “sherry” or old “Sauternes”, a touch “oxidative” with great finesse.
Take care: if you are not looking for this type of wine, slightly paradoxical as it ages, drink our white wines within the first couple of years.
– Serve around 10-12°C (51°F). Do not over chill.
– Open the bottle an hour before serving, but always replace the cork. Decanting encourages wines to express their full complexity but, always replace the stopper.