Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Fer Servadou
If Gaillac wines had kept the reputation they had in the 15th century, they would be as famous today as Bordeaux. Landlocked between Toulouse and Albi, the region depended upon Bordeaux to export its wines, whose merchants and shippers made sure they never got a fair chance. The De Faramond family benefits from an advantageous hillside plots, overlooking the Tarn River, and from the dual influence from the Atlantic and the Mediterranean.
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