2014 Mas Gabriel "Clos du Papillons" Pays de l'Herault Blanc (Previously $20)

SKU #1243776

According to the winery: "Carignan Blanc (85%) and Vermentino (15%). Aromatic nose with mineral aromas, notes of white flowers and zest of preserved lemon. The mouth is mineral yet ample, balanced with a lovely freshness. To accompany sea food such as grilled sardines, "seiche à la plancha", grilled oysters and young cheeses."

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By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/23/2016 | Send Email
There are so many exciting wines coming out of the Languedoc region and these Mas Gabriel wines surely deserve to be at the top of the chart. A blend of Carignan Blanc, Rolle and Grenache Gris, this is richly textured with a purity of fruit on the nose. Aromas of star fruit, yellow plums, Meyer lemons and a subtle fresh minerality pass through like a stream of cool water in a bubbling brook. Such a sleek vibrant white that is as intriguing as it is pure.

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