In the heart of Languedoc, in the village of Brugairolles, Domaine Gayda is the result of the collaboration of Tim Ford and Anthony Record with winemaker Vincent Chansault. Built in 1749, it was once a post house for travellers and their horses. Over time, the farm buildings have been converted into luxury accommodation. In addition, this wine estate located southwest of Carcassonne has been enriched with vineyards.
In 2004, the current owners of Domaine Gayda built a winery on the property. A few years later, the property became home to a gourmet restaurant. The team, whose philosophy is "Quality through integrity", is guided by a constant search for excellence. This enables them to produce quality wines that are honest and reflect the passion of the owners.
The estate's exceptional wines are also the result of a perfect balance between traditional craftsmanship and modern innovation. On the one hand, the trio of Ford, Record and Chansault remain very attached to the authenticity of the terroirs and to Languedoc traditions. Indeed, the traditional Languedoc grape varieties such as Viognier, Chardonnay, Chenin, Grenache, Cabernet Franc or Syrah are favoured. On the other hand, the owners are constantly improving their cellar with the use of state of the art facilities.