The Wine growing Estate

The estate was built in 1855 by a great opera lover. Since 1980, the Domaine Bosc Long is in posession of a german owner. The wine growing area of Gaillac is located 60 km in the northeast of the city of Toulouse. Bosc Long´s 50 hectares (about 125 acres) of vineyards are situated at the high grounds of the village Cahuzac sur Vere.


At the beginning of the 20.century, the wine growing estate was enlarged generously. In this time the beautiful vault wine cellar was built with the regional redbricks of the Tarn-area an there was also a cooper employed in fulltime, to produce the oak-casks needed in the wine cellar.

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Today, international grape varieties and the regional specialities are grown at the Domaine Bosc Long. There are white-wine grapevines like Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Loin-de-l’oeil and Muscadelle. For the red wines varieties  Merlot, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Braucol, Syrah, Duras and Gamay are grown on a soil of clay, limestone and marl.

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The favourable climate, with productive rain in winter and a warm and dry summer, create ideal conditions for viniculture.

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