The Quercy - Albigeois - Rouergue - Tarn & Garonne region includes:
The Cahors vineyard which extends over the alluvial terraces on either side of the banks of the Lot, upstream and downstream of Cahors for around forty kilometers from east to west and on the surrounding limestone plateaux called 'Causses du Quercy'.
The Coteaux du Quercy vineyard, which extends between Cahors and Montauban in the Bas-Quercy region south of the Lot valley.
The Gaillac vineyard, which extends on both sides of the banks of the Tarn in the Cunac sector, upstream from Albi to Rabastens and from the town of Gaillac towards the north, in the direction of Cordes-sur-Ciel.
The Marcillac vineyard north-west of Rodez, the Estaing and Entraygues-Le Fel vineyards in the upper Lot valley, on the first foothills of the Cantal and Monts d'Aubrac mountains and, further south, the vineyards of Côtes de Millau, on both banks of the Tarn.
The vineyards of Fronton, Lavilledieu and Saint-Sardos, located between Castelsarrasin, Montauban and Toulouse on the banks of the Tarn and the Garonne.
A total of six departments are concerned: Tarn and Garonne, Haute-garonne, Lot, Tarn, Aveyron and Cantal.
These are ideal regions for organizing fun wine routes. Beautiful visits, surprising discoveries and fun meetings in perspective!