One of the absolute best quality-to-price ratio offers of the year… no questions asked.
Some of you got to taste the highly-rated Moulin de Gassac Rouge when we offered it last year. I know, because as soon as we first started getting some sunny warm days, the requests started flooding in. I can’t say I blame people.
This is what Mas de Daumas does best. Their Rosé has become the winery’s calling card. Maybe that’s because a Rosé that gets released for $13/btl shouldn’t be as good as it is, nor should it come with so many rave reviews. But this one always checks both boxes.
Josh Raynolds of Vinous’ equalled his highest score ever in his ten years reviewing the wine, calling it “lively and sharply focused” as well as complimenting the “very good clarity on the palate, with nervy strawberry, redcurrant and tangerine flavors plus a touch of honeysuckle.”
90 Points, Vinous
Bright, salmon skin color. Lively and sharply focused on the nose, displaying fresh red berry and citrus fruit aromas and sneaky mineral and floral nuances. Shows very good clarity on the palate with nervy strawberry, redcurrant and tangerine flavors, plus a touch of honeysuckle. Finishes taut and long, with repeating florality and firm mineral cut.
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