Diversity of Gaillac
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In Gaillac, the word “diversity” is often mentioned when talking about the vineyards. The selection of wine is no exception to the rule, providing a range of exceptional splendour and dignity.
AOC Gaillac Dry White and Gaillac Premières Côtes
AOC since 1938
Annual production: 3 to 4 million bottles
Main grape varieties:
Mauzac, Loin de l’Œil and Muscadelle
Secondary grape varieties:
Ondenc and Sauvignon
Very fruity, gently structured with subtle flavours
AOC Gaillac Dry White Perlé (semi-sparkling wine)
First produced in 1957
Annual production: 1.5 million bottles
Main grape varieties: Mauzac, Loin de l’Œil and Muscadelle
Secondary grape varieties: Sauvignon
Winemaking: In order to make these fine bubbles called “pearls”, carbon dioxide from the alcoholic fermentation is maintained by keeping the wine cold until it is bottled
Wine: Subtle and refreshing, slightly bubbly
AOC Gaillac Sweet and Gaillac “Late Harvest” Wine
AOC certified since 1938, considered a “Late Harvest” wine since the 2011 vintage
Annual production: 1 million bottles of sweet wine and 50 to 100,000 bottles of “late harvest” wine
Wine varieties: Mauzac, Loin de l’Œil, Ondenc and Muscadelle
Gaillac Sweet Wine: Wine is made from successively harvested grapes at a low temperature. For more concentrated wines, the process continues for several months.
Gaillac “Late Harvest” Wine: Coming from the best plots of Loin de l’oeil and Ondenc, grapes are handpicked and successively harvested; thus, leaving a concentration of sugar on the vine trunk through natural passerillage or “raisining” or by noble rot.
Gaillac Sweet Wine: Nose: intense; mouth: smooth and well balanced.
Gaillac “Late Harvest” Wine: Nose and mouth: powerful and very complex; beautiful and elegant liqueur with a long finish.
AOC Gaillac Sparkling Wine "Méthode Ancestrale"
AOC since 1938
Annual production: 500,000 bottles
Grape variety: Mauzac
Winemaking: “Méthode Ancestrale” (old-fashioned method)Wine: Flavours are brought out by the concentration and intensity of fine bubbles
AOC Gaillac Rosé
AOC since 1970
Annual production: 2.5 million bottles
Main grape varieties: Duras, Syrah and Braucol
Secondary grape varieties: Gamay, Cabernet
Winemaking: mainly pressed directly and partially made using the saignée method (bleeding off a portion of red juice after only a short period of contact of the juice with the grape skins)
Wine: delicate, fruity and refined
AOC Gaillac Red
AOC since 1970
Production: 9 to 11 million bottles per year
Main grape varieties: Braucol, Duras and Syrah
Secondary grape varieties: Prunelard, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot
Wine: balanced and unique with round tannins and a refreshing flavour
AOC Gaillac Primeur Red and White
First produced in 1978Annual production: 750,000 bottles of red and 130,000 bottles of white
White: Muscadelle, Loin de l’Œil and Sauvignon
Wine making: “Gaillac Primeur”
Red: Supple, flavourful, refreshing and fruity
White: Flavourful, refined, crisp and lively
PGI Côtes du Tarn
Vin de Pays (quality category of French wine, positioned between Vin de Table [VDT] and Appellation d’Origine Controllée [AOC]) since 1981 and classified PGI in 2009
Location: northwest of the area of Tarn.
Terroir: gravel and gravel-like boulbènes, clay and limestone soil, sand
Production: 15 to 20 million bottles per year
Red grape varieties: Gamay, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Duras, Braucol
White grape varieties: Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Muscadelle, Mauzac, Loin de l’Œil
Wine: red, rosé, dry white and white wine made from overripe grapes