Cave de Labastide created in 1949 is situated on the banks of the Tarn River and is the oldest established wine cellar in the Tarn. They are one of the main wine producers from the South West of France with more than 100 wine growers on around 1075 hectares.

Galliac is one of the oldest established vineyards in France, created by the Romans in the 1st Century and Labastide are the only winery in Gaillac to make wines from all four areas (left bank terraces, slopes of the right bank, the Cordes Plateau and Cunac), resulting in wines of great expression, richness and breadth of aromas.

With their continued efforts to improve the quality of their products Cave de Labastide are now the largest winemaking Cave in the Tarn.

Available ex-cellar stock :

International grape varieties, local varietals (Mauzac, Loin de l’oeil, Muscadelle, Duras, Braucol, Gamay). AOP Wines – Gaillac Red/ White, Gaillac Perle White, IGP Cotes de Tarn Red/ White/ Rose. Bespoke blending possible. Please speak to your account manager or use the contact us form. Minimum order quantities apply.