Rich, complex blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah.
Dark inky ruby showing a big nose of ripe plum, rose petal and creamy toffee with a note of aged cheese. The palate is quite complex. Tart red fruit, black-plum skin, strong tannin and an earthy ripe fruit finish. Mouthfilling, rounded fruit is the hallmark of the Pont de Gassac rouge.
Match with a leg of lamb with thyme, fillet of beef, roast duck or stuffed red peppers and aubergines.
The Guibert family philosophy is shown in this exclusive blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah, in the same way as their Daumas Gassac 'Grand Cru' wines. It comes from selected parcels of traditionally harvested grapes, tended throughout the year, which allows them to make the most balanced expression of their special terroir.
Daumas Gassac brought new ideas to the Languedoc by farming organically, using low-yielding old clone vines and planting a multitude of grape varieties to build complexity in their wines. The French magazine Gault-Milau called Daumas Gassac the "Lafite Rothschild of the Languedoc-Roussillon".