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Since 1885, the Langlois family has been cultivating their vineyard in the Loire Valley. Michel cultivates the 89 hectares of vines in the great Loire appellations: Saumur, Saumur-Champigny and Sancerre. Every year, it produces white, red and rosé wines, but above all Crémants de Loire. The House's fine bubbles have greatly contributed to the reputatio...Lire plus Learn more
Since 1885, the Langlois family has been cultivating their vineyard in the Loire Valley. Michel cultivates the 89 hectares of vines in the great Loire appellations: Saumur, Saumur-Champigny and Sancerre. Every year, it produces white, red and rosé wines, but above all Crémants de Loire. The House's fine bubbles have greatly contributed to the reputation the family has today in the region.
Michel and his winegrowing family were one of the first farms to be certified Terra Vitis for its respect for the environment and the ecosystems present on the estate. One of the other struggles of the family, the commercial development of the wide range it offers. Today, Langlois Château is distributed in more than 40 countries on all continents. Michel's key words: rigour and passion for quality.
It was Edouard Langlois, a native of Saumur, who began his career as a wine merchant and winegrower in Saint-Hilaire Saint-Florent.
In the 1970s, the world-famous champagne house Bollinger discovered the quality of the estate's wines and became its main shareholder. This association has provided financial support and access to French and international distribution networks that Langlois Château has not been able to reach through its own efforts.
Thanks to the involvement of Maison Bollinger in Langlois, the company is experiencing strong growth and is even increasing the capacity of its cellars during renovation work begun by Jean Leroux, Bollinger's second.
It was in 2007, more than a century after Edouard initiated the process, that the estate invested massively on a hillside overlooking the Loire in its historic site at Saint-Hilaire Saint-Florent to create a single management site.
At Domaine Langlois-Château, we love motor sports! Every year, we are present on the Le Mans 24 Hours circuit, a must-attend French event for motor racing enthusiasts. You can also find us at Cadre Noir de Saumur, a prestigious international horse jumping competition.