Domaine de Brin
Grape varieties with a strong identity typical of the Gaillac region – such as Duras, Braucol and Prunelart for red, Mauzac, Loin de l’oeil and Ondenc for white – are grown on the estate’s 10 hectares of land. Equally, Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvingon are also grown, and, thanks to the local climate which is both mediterranean and oceanic, are able to fully express their individual characteristics.
The land is made of a calcareous-clay soil, with the stoniest pieces of land reserved for white grape varieties favouring refinement and minirality. Red grape varieties are grown in the soil with the highest clay content, and at a slightly deeper level, for a better integration into the land. The organic methods used in the vineyard favours the life of the soils by using a natural weeding method and working of the soil between the vine stock. When needed organic fertilizer such as horse beans and oat are used to enrich the organic composition of soils.
The diversity of the grape variety, the soils, the climate and the passion of the winemaker allow a wide range of wines to be produced:
Reds: Abracadabrin,Vendemia, Anthocyanes, Brin De Temps, Amphore, BraucolDry
Whites: Mauzac, Pierres BlanchesSparkling white “méthode ancestrale” : DBulles
Rosé: La Vie En Rosé
Sweet Rosé: Brin De Folie