Saint-Michel Gaillac Perlé

Slightly sparkling Saint-Michel, the jewel in the crown of the pilgrims’ route to Santiago de Compostela, is made with ancestral grape varieties, resurrected from history thanks to the tenacity of a few winemakers.

Saint-Michel, the jewel in the crown of the Camino de Santiago, is made in Rabastens on the route to Santiago de Compostela, using ancestral Gaillac grape varieties typical of the south-west. Saint-Michel: living for the moment.

All about wine production...

All about wine production...

AOP Gaillac Perlé

A blend of Mauzac, Loin de l’Oeil and Muscadelle, the grapes enjoy great exposure on the right bank of the River Tarn.


A history

" In 972, Raymond the 1st of Rouergue gave the town of Gaillac to Abbot Saint-Michel who built the eponymous Abbey on the banks of the River Tarn. Some of the Tarn vines, destroyed by the Moors, were replanted and tended by the Benedictine monks from Saint-Michel Abbey. Winemaking quickly became a real economic strength for the region and earned the support of the Counts of Toulouse. This choice location was the reason for very strict rules governing Gaillac vinegrowing and winemaking. Saint-Michel is testimony to this part of our history."

A chance to discover...

     A chance to discover...
Tasting notes

colour, nose, mouth

There are aromas of white orchard and citrus fruits with a subtle mineral note. The attack is lively and balanced, with a light sparkle on the palate.




A chance to share...

A chance to share... advice from our oenologist


Serve at 8°C. Enjoy today.



seafood (oysters), grilled fish and/or as an aperitif with a fruit liqueur to make a kir.