Discovering the

Occitan Tuscany

Landscapes with a Latin flair….

Exposed to the slopes, the landscape is a subtle blend of vineyards, woods, meadows and small crops, offering a diversity of colors ranging from browns to ochres; cypresses and umbrella pines mark the landscape.
properties with brick buildings.

The diversity of its terroir and the richness of its heritage guarantee you a wonderful stay. You’ll enjoy an environment that respects local identities, know-how and traditions. From cellars to museums, from fine restaurants to bed & breakfasts, all the service providers who welcome you will make your visit a unique experience, immersing you in the world of vines and wine in the heart of the Gaillac vineyards.

You’ll discover one of France’s oldest vineyards, where the monks of the Abbey of Saint-Michel in Gaillac have endeavored to preserve native grape varieties and have established strict rules governing viticulture and vinification.

The winegrowers of the Gaillac region continue to perpetuate this heritage and the originality of their wines…

the region

Between Albi, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and Toulouse, the “pink city”, Occitan Tuscany is an unmissable wine tourism destination.

In Montans, in the Gallo-Roman era, the Archéosite, listed on the European Route of Museums and Interpretation Centers.


bears witness to an important site for the manufacture of wine amphorae.
A few centuries later.