Grape varieties: Grenache Gris, Grenache Blanc
A dense white wine from Goby, the creator of Landok-Roussillon, which is difficult to obtain even in France.
A giant star in the south of France. Combe Ginest is also known as the "Montrachet of the South of France".
About Domaine Goby
Owns a 45ha field on the steep hills of Court Catalan bordering Spain. We bought more than 40ha of surrounding land for environmental conservation, and left the forest to plant almonds and olives. Furthermore, in recent years, the domaine has continued to maintain the natural environment with outstanding passion, such as purchasing fields at a higher altitude than its own fields and preventing the influx of chemicals due to rain. Since our founding in 1985, of course we have not used chemical fertilizers or herbicides. The flagship Muntada uses only grapes from vines planted between 1890 and 1935 for the red and 1900 for the white. The white of Vieille Vigne was planted in 1935, and the red was also planted between 1900 and 1980. Therefore, these cuvees usually yield below 20hl/ha. Strong winds blow from the Mediterranean Sea, which extends about 20km to the east, to the undulating fields of schist and marl on steep slopes with an altitude of 300m, which is one of the factors that bring about the freshness of the wine. Gérard and Lionel Goby, father and son, value "finesse wine" above all else. In recent years, its brilliance and persuasiveness have increased.