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Our estate is located in the commune of Gaillac, which gives its name to the appellation of the same name. We cultivate our 7 hectare vineyard with the greatest respect for the environment and more....Lire plus Learn more
Our estate is located in the commune of Gaillac, which gives its name to the appellation of the same name. We cultivate our 7 hectare vineyard with the greatest respect for the environment and more particularly for the vines. We produce about twenty vintages in white, red and rosé.
Our vineyard is the focus of attention. We process it as naturally as possible and harvest it manually to keep as much as possible of the aromas present in the bunches. The reasoned cultivation allows us to have grapes with interesting maturities that give the wines their fresh and fruity side.
The vineyard's grape varieties are wide and typical of the Southwest: we cultivate Sauvignon Blanc, Loin de l'Oeil, Braucol and Syrah, not to mention all of them.
It was Andrée and Florentin who owned the estate and began to cultivate the vines in the 1930s. The grandparents then bequeathed the vineyard to Jacques, their son, who married Maryse and together developed the 7 hectares that make up the vineyard.
In 1982, the first bottle of their sweet white wine comes out and they build their cellar together and with their own hands. Their son, Patrice, studied viticulture and joined his parents in 1995: he brought new knowledge and methods of vine growing and winemaking. In the early 2000s, his wife, Nathalie, arrived at the estate and brought a lot of knowledge from her sommelier studies.
Domaine Vayssette is deeply committed to sustainable agriculture. In partnership with the local Chamber of Agriculture, the estate implements the necessary actions to maintain and develop the ecosystems present in the vineyard: analysis of the evolution of the vine by a specialist, reduction of the inputs imposed on the vine and protection of animal species.