An ancient culture
The superb mosaics dated of Roman times discovered in the Gallo-Roman villa in Séviac bear witness.
Thanks to their know-how, grape varieties and the terroirs, vineyards of Gascony give generous wines.
Vines cover over 50% of the Gers region, which borders the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, the Hautes-Pyrénées, the Landes and the Lot-et-Garonne.
“à la carte”
Winegrowers produce a wide range of wines steeped in an identity unique to the Gers. From appetizer to dessert, the aroma varieties are able to accompany your dishes.
The Côtes de Gascogne and Côtes du Condommois (PGI)
The Côtes de Gascogne vineyard is made up of three main types of terroirs, each one corresponding to the historic areas defining the original areas for Armagnacs.
Appreciate light and fruity whites, mellow and intense reds, or tender, gourmet sweet wines.
Côtes de Saint-Mont (V.D.Q.S)
In the Gers department, is a unique appellation where Gascon wine growers create their heritage from authentic varieties. These wine growers all share “the passion for Saint Mont”, a respect for the traditions of cultivation, the diversity of varieties, the maintenance of hand-picked harvesting and the protection of old plots as the plot of Sarragachies, registered as an Historical Monument.
Madiran (AOC) and Pacherenc
Particularly original as Madiran is an appellation that only produces reds and Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, a small, little known appellation with sweet and dry whites.
Madiran is well known because of its delicate aromatic richness. The late harvests have established the fame of sweet Pacherenc.
the wise advice of Bruno CASASSUSDry Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh
With freshness as its keyword, its light, fruity, lively and fresh character gives easy-going and adaptable wines.
The oldest wine based eau-de-vie produced in southwest France, in the heart of Gascony.
Bas-Armagnac, Armagnac Tenarèze and Haut-Armagnac together constitute a vineyard in the form of a vine leaf that represents 15 000 hectares of vines planted over a part of the three departments: The Gers, the Landes and the Lot-et-Garonne.
Floc de Gascogne
White or red, Flocs de Gascogne are the elegant combination of two thirds fresh grape juice and one third young Armagnac.
«Lou Floc de Nouste», «the bouquet of flowers of our home», literally translated, was therefore christened Floc de Gascogne in 1976, when it was first put on the market.
There is not just ONE Floc de Gascogne but MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY! Try these recipes…
The wine growers never miss an opportunity to tell the vineyard story, to encourage people to sample their wines. Cellars and châteaux welcome you to perfect your wine-tasting experience.
Discover the terroir and taste the various and sometimes very different styles made by the talented winegrowers of Gascony.
Wine-growing, heritage, gastronomy and culture, share the passion of our wine growers
Estates with recognised classification “ Vignobles & Découvertes ”
“Vignobles et Découvertes” is a quality classification that guarantee visitors a warm welcome and a quality production.
Information ans brochures
All information for a stay, a visit, an accomodation and all kind of useful adress about le Gers are here.
The map“ Route des vignobles du Gers et de la Gascogne ” is available in the tourist offices.
Excessive drinking is dangerous for the health; alcoholic beverages should be consumed with moderation.