Gaillac, located just north of Toulouse, is one of the oldest wine-growing regions of France dating back to the 2nd century B.C. Today depart for the rolling hills of the Gaillac wine producing area and be introduced to the large range of wines produced here. The most famous is without a doubt the "Perlé" a very lightly fizzy white but other wines include reds, rosés, sweet, whites and sparkling ! Your tour will consist of a visit & tasting in 2 carefully selected wineries known for the quality of the wines produced.
Today depart forthe rolling hills of the Gaillac wine producing area and be introduced to the large range of wines produced here. Situated in the north of the Tarn departement, the Gaillac Appellation area covers 2.500 hectares spread over 73 communes, for an AOC production of over 165.000 hectolitres. Today, the appellation gathers around one hundred independent producers and 3 cooperative cellars. The 3 different terroirs and the age of the vineyard enable Gaillac to offer numerous traditional grape varieties. The diversity of the Gaillac vineyard means that it can produce a great variety of elaborate wines, a wide range of dry, sweet and "perled" white wines, red and rose wines as well as sparkling wines.