The Sparkling Legacy

Since 1851, Bouvet-Ladubay has been one of France’s greatest producers of méthode traditionnelle sparkling wine from the Loire Valley’s own Chenin Blanc and Cabernet Franc grapes.

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Visit Bouvet-Ladubay's Vineyards

The Saumur region’s defining characteristics are the tuffeau caves, where wines mature at constant temperature, and the chalky soil in which the vines grow.
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Discover Bouvet-Ladubay's Underground Cathedral

Bouvet-Ladubay's cellars lie in a tuffeau cave excavated 1,000 years ago by the Saint Florent monks and converted in 2002 to the Underground Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
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June 19. 2018 - June 20. 2018

International Women's Wine Competition

Expertly judged by women, for women wine buyers. Special award given for Best Woman Winemaker. Katie Madigan of St. Francis was recognized as one of the Best Woman Winemaker of 2015.

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