Mas de Daumas Gassac White

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To be drunk young (in the first 18 months) to appreciate its magnificent minerality and very complex fruit aromas. Alternatively, to be kept at least from 4 to 12 years to discover a very rich wine with notes of honey and crystallized fruits.

Technical sheet

Name of the wine:

Mas de Daumas Gassac White

Country / Région:

France / Languedoc


Gassac Valley


IGP Saint Guilhem le désert cité d’Aniane.

Soil type:

White Lutetian Limestone

Grape varieties:

25% Viognier – 25% Chardonnay – 25% Petit Manseng – 15% Chenin Blanc and 10% other grape varieties including Courbu from Bearn, Petite Arvine from Valais, Rhole from Provence, Marsanne from the Rhone valley and 10 other rare grape varieties.


Skin maceration for 5 to 7 days Fermentation in stainless steel tank.


2 – 4 months in stainless steel tank.


35 hl/ha


13% Vol.


10% Manual.

Best if served between 10°C and 12°C.


Produced from old non-cloned vines and low yields, Daumas Gassac wines stand up to ageing as do no others.
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.

Drink or lay down

Delicious by itself as an aperitif or with oysters, foie gras or any grilled fish. A truly unique experience!

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Aniane, March 26th,

Dear friends of the Gassac valley,

Naturally and following the government’s guidelines to contain the Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, we have taken several measures. Our priority is to take care of you and all our staff. The Mas de Daumas Gassac cellar has been closed since March 16th and until further notice.

You can still order online. A special offer is now available!

We look forward to seeing you again as soon as it is possible.
Until then, we will continue to keep in touch with you.
You can contact us via the following addresses: or if you are a professional.

Take care of yourself and your loved ones.
Let’s keep the essentials in mind.
See you soon,
The Guibert family and all the Mas de Daumas Gassac team.