The appellation lies in the center of the wine-growing region Southwest France
immediately east of the area Buzet
, The former VDQS area was classified as AOP in 2010. Until the phylloxera disaster, they became the area Haut-Pays
counting Brulhois wines blended with those of Bordeaux. This was followed by planting with today's varieties. The vineyards cover 220 hectares on both banks of the Garonne
and its tributary Moissac at the town of Layrac. Rosé and red wine are blended from Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fer, Merlot, Malbec and Tannat. Well-known producers are Château Bastide, Château Grand Chene, CV de Goulens-en-Brulhois and Clos Pountet.