Bollinger-owned Langlois-Château is very active in viticultural research, always favouring natural methods and respect for the environment in its vineyards (73 hectares), notably through the use of integrated pest management. It is by these means that Langlois-Château was one of the first wine makers to obtain the Terra Vitis label, limiting and careful selection of treatments as well as sowing flowers in the vineyards to support the soil. 30 Ha of the estate are undergoing organic conversion.
Langlois-Château regularly invests in state of the art equipment: sorting tables, pneumatic presses, measuring tanks, thermo-regulated vats and barrel cellars. The technique remains at the service of the grapes, their character or specificities. The quality requirements remain at the core of the process.
This wine comes from sand and gravel soils on a plateau located between the top of the valley and the Loire riverbed.
Engagingly aromatic, perfumed wine with notes of violet mixed with berry fruit, such as dark raspberry. Medium body weight, low tannin and fresh acidity.