Domaine Eric Gelly

Founded in 1850, Domaine Eric Gelly is a seventh generation family estate and winery. The domaine covers 48 hectares of vineyards in the Côtes de Thongue, a small and relatively new IGP between Beziers and Montepellier on France’s south coast.

All wines are from within the 48 hectares, with Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay planted alongside more niche varietals such as Vermentino, Marselan and Gewurztraminer. As with many independent producers in this small IGP, quality and value are the focus in lieu of appellation status. A new winery in 2010 and an ambitious biodiversity programme adopted by growers across the Côtes de Thongue supports this continued focus on quality, sustainability and growing reputation of the region.

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    Domaine Eric Gelly Rouge 2017

    12.49 9.99

    One of the best entry-level Cabs we've tried, from France's Côtes de Thongue.

    • 20% off the Languedoc
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    Domaine Eric Gelly Rosé 2017

    12.49 9.99

    Delightful Provence-style Grenache rosé from 7th generation family producer.

    • 20% off the Languedoc
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    Domaine Eric Gelly Blanc 2017

    12.49 9.99

    2 stars Le Guide Hachette for this deliciously crisp and juicy Vermentino-Muscat.

    • 20% off the Languedoc
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    Eric Gelly Cuvée des Mathes 2017

    13.99 11.19

    Beguiling blend of Marselan, Carignan and Pinot Noir from 7th generation famille Gelly.

    • 20% off the Languedoc
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    Eric Gelly Gewurztraminer 2017

    14.99 11.99

    Alsatian variety transported south and injected with some Mediterranean sunshine.

    • 20% off the Languedoc

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