Vin de Laurence

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A little “masterpiece” from the “old wine grower”!
But a masterpiece in the olden days’ sense of unremitting, skilled work – only produced in a very special vintage such as 1997, 1998, 2007 & 2011

Technical sheet

The two leading lights in this unconventional wine are:

  • Sercial, a mysterious grape from the island of Madeira that develops intriguing aromas of acidity, bitterness and pepper!
  • The other is our very own Languedoc star, the Muscat petit grain from Mireval.

Each grape has an average yield of ten hectolitres per hectare.
The Vin de Laurence is created from a painstaking double fermentation. First the Sercial, harvested before it ripens; then the Muscat is added to the acid Sercial wine for a second fermentation. The Muscat is harvested much later, in October when the sun has baked it to near caramel before it’s crushed. When picked, the Muscat alcohol potential is close to 20°C.

Once blended, the Vin de Laurence is then aged for 8 to 10 years in five to six years old oak barrel!
The result of this Franco-Portuguese alchemy is a fleshy, rich amber colored wine, incredibly complex, where the Muscat’s sweetness merges with the Sercial’s acidity, to tease and delight your palate. It ends with the candied characteristics of the over-ripe grapes predominant.

As the Romans said: Nil novi sub sole (there’s nothing new under the sun). Wine lover will understand the dream of building a bridge between Tokay, today’s splendid Hungarian wine creation, and the mysterious Klein Constantia drunk by Princes and Tsars back in the 18th century.
A dream comes true here in the Languedoc’s Gassac valley.

The Vin de Laurence comes in an old 50 cl black glass bottle, packed in an engraved wooden box, with the Daumas Gassac logo.
Drink from a port glass, slightly chilled. Not easy to forget!

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Aniane, Juillet 2021,

Chers amis de la vallée du Gassac,
Naturellement et dans le respect des consignes du gouvernement pour endiguer l’épidémie de Coronavirus (Covid-19), nous avons pris plusieurs mesures.

Notre priorité est de prendre soin de vous et de nos collaborateurs.

Pour vous, amis clients PARTICULIERS,
Le caveau reste OUVERT, du lundi au samedi de 9h30 à 18h30 (hors jours fériés) en Juillet en Août.

  • Les VISITES & DÉGUSTATIONS sont désormais POSSIBLES, mais sur RENDEZ-VOUS uniquement !

⇒ Merci de prendre RDV par email : ou par téléphone au

Le port du masque est obligatoire sur tout le domaine.
Nous continuons d’être à votre écoute par téléphone au 04 67 57 88 41 sinon via l’adresse suivante

Pour vous, amis clients PROFESSIONNELS, en France où à l’étranger,
L’activité continue !

Le domaine est toujours à votre écoute pour recevoir vos commandes et les expédier. 
En France, en nous écrivant à l’adresse suivante :
A l’étranger, via l’adresse :

Prenez soin de vous, de vos proches.
Gardons en tête l’essentiel.
A très vite,
La famille Guibert et toute l’équipe du Mas de Daumas Gassac.

Aniane, July 2021,
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.

For you, friends and PRIVATE CUSTOMERS,
The Mas de Daumas Gassac cellar remains OPEN, Monday to Saturday, from 9.30am to 6.30pm in July and August – except on public holidays.


To make an appointment please contact us by email: or by phone: +33(0)

A mask has to be worn.
You can contact us via the following address: or by phone on +33 (0)4 67 57 88 41.

For you, friends and TRADE customers, in France and abroad,
Our activity is still going on!
Mas de Daumas Gassac team is listening to you and can still receive / ship your orders.
French trade, you can write to this email address:,
And the Export trade, to:

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.