Domaine Langlois Chateau Cremant de Loire Brut Rose is a sparkling rosé made in the tradtional method.
In 1973, Maison Bollinger, a family enterprise at Aÿ-Champagne, recognized the quality of Langlois-Chateau wines and acquired majority ownership. Langlois-Chateau subsequntly experienced rapid growth, adding to the capacity of its cellars, creating vineyards at Saumur, Saumur-Champigny, and Sancerre (currently 73 hectares), and increasing its commercial investments. The cremant de Loire Appellation is among the most demanding sparkling wine appellations in France (far more stringent than, for example Saumur or Vouvray Brut, for the former of which the Langlois wines would naturally qualify). Under the Auspices of Bollinger, Langlois has further augmented the regulations to equal, and even exceed, those of Champagne. The majority of vineyards are composed of chalky soils, which favour elegant wines. Hand picking in small baskets ensures only the best grapes are selected.
Domaine Langlois Chateau Cremant de Loire Brut Rose is aged for a minimum of 18 months at the Chateau’s cellars prior to release. 100% Cabernet Franc. A perennial favourite and often sells faster than Langlois can produce it, although they never compromise on quality to release early.