The Domaine de Gayssou
The Domaine de Gayssou is located in the village of Broze, situated on hills facing toward Gaillac, on the right bank of the Tarn river.
The estate extends over 40 hectares of clay-limestone soil that profits from good quantities of sun providing ideal conditions for ripening grapes.
Vineyards and winery have been transmitted from father to son from XVI century. Wines became well known in the 1900’s with a number of official wines contest awards : silver medal for sweet white of 1912, bronze medal for red of 1911 (Côtes de Gaillac) and bronze medal for dry white of 1911 (Côtes de Gaillac).
The bee on the bread oven family door became the emblem of the Domaine. And today, Christophe and Nathalie continue to bring to life the vineyard with the principles of conservation of nature, terroir, and family traditions, dedicated to the production of wine with local grape varieties as Braucol, Duras, Loins de l’oeil or Mauzac.