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Mas de Daumas Gassac
The Guibert family has been living in Aniane on the L’Arbousas massif since 1970. Created by Véronique and Aimé Guibert, the Mas de Daumas Gassac is now run by their five sons.
The 45 hectare vineyard is made up of 60 small clearings surrounded by 180 hectares of Aniane scrubland. On a wild land that has never received the action of chemical fertilizers, nearly forty grape varieties from all around the Mediterranean have been planted. On this terroir, the estate produces two great wines to keep, the Mas de Daumas Gassac Red and White and an atypical rosé, the Mas de Daumas Gassac Rosé Frizant.
Respect for nature and the search for the natural expression of the terroir of the Gassac valley, resulting in low yields, characterize the spirit of Daumas Gassac wines.
Fruit de la rencontre entre la richesse d'un terroir singulier en Languedoc et le savoir-faire de la famille Guibert, le domaine Moulin de Gassac exprime presque trente ans notre volonté de conjuguer gourmandise et élégance.
Nous serons heureux de nous recevoir dans notre vallée sauvage afin de vous faire découvrir notre histoire et nos vins.Website
Domaine Saint André
Domaine Saint-André is a remarkable wine-growing property, which takes root in a protected and enchanting environment. Planted on the side of the Lagune de Thau, the 30 hectare vineyard surrounds the Domaine in one piece. Vines have been cultivated here for centuries, as evidenced by the presence of the Saint-André chapel, erected on the estate in 990 AD.
On site, the boutique, open 7 days a week, offers guided tastings of the Domaine's wines: summer rosés, fresh and fruity wines, as well as a range of wines for aging, aged in oak barrels. Visitors will also have the pleasure of discovering the grape variety trail, which will offer them a magnificent panorama, between sea and vineyard.Website