Collection: South West France

South West France may not have the same recognition as some of its neighbors, but it's a region that's producing wines of exceptional quality. From the rolling hills of Cahors to the picturesque vineyards of Gaillac, South West France offers a diverse range of styles and grape varieties. The region is known for its robust reds, such as the famous "black wine" of Cahors made from Malbec, and its aromatic whites, like the unique wines of Jurançon made from Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng. The vineyards, scattered throughout the region's various appellations, benefit from a variety of soils and microclimates that contribute to the complexity and character of the wines.