Wine Region: Languedoc-Roussillon - France
Grape: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Mourvèdre, Pinot noir, Sauvignon, Petit Manseng et Muscat.
Tasting notes: A genuine rosé sparkling wine - it could almost be a fruit juice - delights the palate with lively fine bubbles, smooth fruity aromas, freshness thanks to its low alcohol content!
About the winery: In 1971, ethnologist and Ireland specialist Véronique Guibert de la Vaissière and her husband Aimé, a tanner and glove manufacturer in Millau, fell in love with an old, abandoned farmhouse in the unspoilt rural setting of the Gassac valley near the ancient abbey of Aniane. In 1972, on the recommendation of their friend, Professor Henri Enjalbert, a geologist pecialising in the relationship between soils and grapes, they planted 17,000 non-cloned Cabernet-Sauvignon grafts sourced from top Bordeaux properties. An underground cellar was built on the site of the former Gallo-Roman watermill adjacent to the farmhouse, over the cold spring water from the river Gassac. For nearly five decades, the Guibert family has watched over and tended to the vines with unfailing dedication. Today, the second generation has taken over the Domaine.
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