Vignoble de Gaillac, Broze
Vignoble de Gaillac, Broze
Towns & villages


Situated a few kilometres from Gaillac, in the direction of Cahuzac, Broze is a small white stone village offering an island of calm in the middle of an ocean of vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see.

Broze, all dressed up in white

Positioned on a hillside slope, Broze proudly displays the finery of its white stones that reflect the natural rhythms of the light and of the seasons. This may be a tranquil village nowadays, but you can tell it has a more combative past when you pass through a solid-looking door stuck between two massive towers. It’s obvious that these ancient walls were built with protection in mind.

In the Middle Ages the village was blessed with natural defences that were reinforced by a trench dug into the rock. Broze’s houses were grouped around the chateau, squeezed into an area that could only be accessed by the one door mentioned earlier.

The adjoining building, which now houses the town hall, gives a hint of its history thanks to its windows and architectural finishings.

Broze is now a thriving village thanks to its local associations, its wine industry and tourism. It no longer looks like a fort, but rather opens out onto the magnificent vistas of the surrounding slopes. You’ll find the inVINcible VIGNEron, museum and conservatoire nearby, which is dedicated to the ancient art of cultivating grape vines. It’s a tradition that lies at the very heart of this region’s culture and dates back to the Gallo-Roman era.

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