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|2014||Michel Gassier Lou Coucardie Blanc (Costières-de-Nîmes)|
|2014||Michel Gassier Nostre Païs Blanc (Costières-de-Nîmes)|
Made from blending 52% Grenache Blanc, 22% Roussanne, 17% Viognier, 7% Clairette and just a dab of Bourboulenc at 2%, the nose displays a distinctive floral character, with added complexities of pears and citrus. Fresh, energetic and easy to like, pop and pour it once you take it home.
1513 Views Tasted Sep 15, 2016
|2013||Michel Gassier Lou Coucardie (Costières-de-Nîmes)|
|2013||Michel Gassier Nostre Païs (Costières-de-Nîmes)|
|2010||Michel Gassier Cercius (Côtes du Rhône)|
Working my way through a case of this. Jammy black raspberry, anise and earthy aromas, medium bodied, soft, voluptuous textures and a jammy, strawberry finish. The wine is best when served chilled at cellar temperatures. It was the perfect pairing for burgers on the barbecue.
6214 Views Tasted Jun 11, 2012
What a great, tasy, fun value wine to drink young. This is bottle number 4 from the case. Licorice, kirsch, stone and jammy berries, lush, soft textures and a sweet, round, spicy kirsch and jammy finish. Drink now and over the next 2-3 years.
4125 Views Tasted Mar 17, 2012
From a partnership between Philippe Cambie and Michel Gassier, the wines beautiful ruby hue opens to pepper, cherry liqueur, garrigue, licorice, flowers, earth and candied apple scents. Luscious in texture, this fresh, sweet kirsch filled wine from a blend of 85% old vine Grenache and 15% Syrah wins the award for the best under $15.00 wine I've had in years. This is produced from old vines, some of which are over 80 years of age! The name Cercius is the original Latin word for Mistral. Grab this by the case. Values like this do not come around that often.
4886 Views Tasted Feb 19, 2012