We have made a selection of several articles published in recent years.
Each article and clippings are available for download or reading.
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.
Mas de Daumas Gassac, helped transform the reputation of wines made in the previously unheralded Languedoc.
"No one who met Guibert could be left unmoved by his absolute passion, drive and belief in the potential quality of his vineyard terroir."