Mas de Daumas has built a super strong reputation in the south of France for making one of the absolute best examples of Rosé each vintage. But in my mind, that’s both a blessing and a curse because the rest of their wines deserve the same kind of attention, though they fly a bit under the radar because they’re not pretty in pink.
The Guilhem Rouge is comprised of the traditional varietals in the region: a racy mix of Syrah, Grenache and Carignan. It’s one of those wines that hits way above its weight class and shines next to food. James Suckling found this little Southern French red already, giving it a 91-point score- a fabulous and deserving score for a wine that’s priced to be scooped up by the case.
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91 Points, James Suckling
A fruity nose of cassis, cherries, crushed strawberries, dried herbs and spice-box. Some olive and salty undertones. Medium body with fine tannins and fresh acidity. Bright and juicy with a supple, savory finish. Syrah, grenache and carignan. Drink or hold.