The vineyard of Gaillac are some of the oldest vineyard in France! This is a land of wine, winemakers and passions. As you pass through villages and fortified towns, you will encounter the locals and their vineyard. Gaillac, Puycelsi, Lisle-sur-Tarn… This is a land of wine. Expert in enjoying the pleasures of life without reserve. Every step will reveal a local story, offer a recipe and enchant your senses.

As you roam these lands, gaze at these landscapes, explore local history and taste local produce, you will come to understand the identity of these vineyard of the Tarn. 
Secret and majestic, fragile and powerful, authentic and contemporary, this land fosters nuance… and loves to share with visitors.

The Spirit of the South West Par Excellence

One of the Oldest Vineyard in France!

The cultivation of vines was imported to Gaul by the Phoenicians four centuries before the birth of Christ and developed in three main areas: Côte-Rotie, Hermitage and Gaillacois. The presence of vines (and their use for the production of wine) became established in Montans. From the 2nd century B.C. this community near Gaillac was home to a large pottery workshop dedicated mainly to the manufacture of the amphorae used to transport wine.

The wines of Gaillac come in 8 versions: red, white, “rosé”, sweet, “perlé”, sparkling, primeur and late harvest.

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