PDO Gaillac


PDO Gaillac


The appellation is surprising with its great diversity: red, white, rosé, sparkling, primeur…as surprising as its often-native grape varieties: Braucol, Duras, Prunelard, Lendelel, Ondenc and more.

The red wines are very typical with aromas of red berries and spices. The cellaring wines have more concentrated aromas of black berries, pepper and licorice.

The dry white wines are distinguished, combining freshness and elegance with fruity aromas (pear and green apple) and citrus.

The dry white, slightly sparkling wines are subtle and delicate with a very light fizz and very expressive aromas of white-fleshed fruit.

The sparkling wines made using the so-called ancestral method are made from Mauzac grapes. Must fermentation begins in the vats and ends in the bottles, for a natural effervescence. These wines are available as brut, demi-sec and sweet.

The sweet white wines have notes of ripe apples, pears and tropical fruit.

The white wines known as late harvest wines are mainly made with the Lendelel and Ondenc varieties and develop aromas of quince, dried fig, honey and candied fruit.

Rosés are light and fruity over amylic notes (banana, English candy) and very pronounced red berries.

The white and red primeur wines are aromatic and fruity, ready to drink the year they were made.



Vins de Gaillac
Abbayes Saint Michel – 81600 Gaillac
Tel : +33(0)5 63 57 15 40

Surface (ha)

Production (hl)

  • White 26% 26%
  • Rose 14% 14%
  • Red 60% 60%

Vignobles du Sud-Ouest

Centre INRA - Chemin de Borde Rouge
CS 52637 - 31321 Castanet Tolosan cedex

Tel : 05 61 73 87 06
Fax : 05 61 75 64 39



Lundi au Vendredi : 9H-17H

L'abus d'alcool est dangereux pour la santé. À consommer avec modération.

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