At Daumas Gassac, every effort is made to protect the wild and natural beauty of the Gassac Valley and to preserve the "garrigue," the dominating feature of the landscape. The choice was made to create vineyards in small parcels or little clearings, engulfed by the extensive surrounding "garrigue". The wines at Daumas Gassac are, thus, enriched by the innumerable scents of Mediterranean shrubs packed tightly round the clearings. This practice which develops the individuality of the "terroir" is in complete contrast to modern viticultural techniques which tend towards vast areas of production with no other vegetation except for vines.
Producer notes: "Blend of 55% Syrah and 45% Grenache from 20-year-old vines. Lively, vivid rose pink in color, with some salmon glints. Pleasant, intense aromas with hints of strawberry. On the palate, full and round with aromas of crushed red fruit. Splendidly fresh and long finish."