GSM blend Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre
GSM stands for a blend of grapes that is used frequently in France : grenache, syrah and mourvèdre. Winemakers can create distinctive wines by varying the percentage of each of these grapes in a particular wine. More grenache, the lightest of three grapes, should make a lighter wine. More syrah, and you should get a bolder wine.
It seems grenache is the predominant grape in most GSM blends, but sometimes there is more syrah than grenache. Mourvèdre, the boldest of the three grapes, is usually added into the blend in small amounts.
Our program from Avignon (France)
Vacqueyras. Montmirail, La Fourmone
Gigondas. Montmirail, Les Gouberts
Rasteau. Coopérative wine cellar.
Tavel. Prieuré de Montézargues, La Mordorée.
Châteauneuf du Pape. Beaurenard, Clos des Papes, Grand Veneur, La Nerthe.
Cornas. Jean Luc Colombo
Tain l’hermitage. Ferraton
Total price for 3 days is 1950 Euros, departure from Avignon.
Price for a party from 2 to 4 persons.
Pick up by 9.00 am, back around 6.00 pm.
Transportation included, Wine tasting fees included, pictures stop added or visit of a monument as you wish.
Accommodation, Lunch and monuments fees NOT included
Credit card payment.