Wine Tasting: Roman Aujoulat from Domaine Gassier 04.24.24

Wine Tasting: Roman Aujoulat from Domaine Gassier 04.24.24

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Join us Wednesday evening, April 24th at 6:30pm for our next wine tasting... 

Wine Tasting: Domaine Gassier

Welcome to our first tasting of 2024!  With Spring brings a fresh new season and a couple wine tastings on the horizon.  Our first one is going to be a fun one... Roman Aujoulat, who we met last January in the South of France, will be visiting us to present a line up of some long-time Vintage 38 favorites from Domaine Gassier.

We are very excited to have Roman join us and share with us his story with Gassier and the aspects of the winery and winemaking which he is most passionate about.

We will taste some of our favorites, including the 2023 Rosé but also their Nostre Païs wines which we've yet to carry ... and also their bubbles!

You'll be treated to tasting seven of Gassier wines and a small snack of cheese, prosciutto & Marcona almonds.

Please reserve your seat in advance as these events tend to sell out. 

Wednesday April 24, 2024


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About Domaine Gassier...

Roman is a breath of fresh air, and will lead us through a jovial evening while tasting Domaine Gassier wines from Costières de Nîmes in the Rhone Valley.  Gassier is focused on the varying terroir as well as the overall health and longevity of their vines. 

"As with our own children, we are guided by a desire to offer our vineyards the means to bring out their best. This requires an understanding of their environment, how they function, what their needs are...

Concerned about the longevity and the unicity of our vineyards, we have been practicing massale selection. This entails taking grafts from very old vines that have resisted for more than 80 years the various aggressions that life has thrown their way. This choice, more expensive and less productive, is not without risk but it delivers high quality wines while improving vine resilience to prevailing conditions...

We have also returned to bush-vine training of our Grenache and Mourvèdre. This technique that dates back to our Roman ancestors and means a commitment to hand- harvest only, is particularly adapted to our climate by allowing a constant aeration and a protection from the sun."