Château Clement Termes Gaillac Blanc Sec is a fascinating native blend of Mauzac and Loin de l’Oeil, exhibiting fragrant apple-blossom aromas and vibrant fruit. Floral, fruity and herbal it is understated and yet happily satisfying. Gaillac is one of the most innovative wine growing areas in France and the range of grape styles is amazing.
The original vineyards of Château Clement Termes were located at the foot of the historic Bastide town of Montaigut, a former bastide town, which, during the Wars of Religion, was rebuilt on the plain of the Lisle and became Lisle-sur-Tarn. Clément was passionately interested in the vines and in wine and decided to construct a winery building in 1868, it was only a few years later that he built the Château. Clément delivered his wines all over France in barrels, his clients then were largely composed of churchmen. 150 years later the winery is spitclean new and the philosophy commercially oriented. However, the respect for tradition is undimmed.
Food matches: Try this wine with pan-fried scallops or our favourite rustic Brebis cheese from the Basque country.