Long cellar in Étienne Bouvet
In 1851, Étienne Bouvet was just 23 years old when he purchased an 8 km long estate on the Loire in Saint-Hilaire-Saint-Florent and founded the ‘Maison’ Bouvet Ladubay together with his wife, Celestine Ladubay. More than 16 exciting decades then passed during which Bouvet Ladubay was even granted a Royal Warrant. After having many proud owners, among them the Champagne producer Taittinger, Bouvet Ladubay is now again completely owner-operated and continues on its path to the top class of French sparkling wine producers.
The decisive question regarding the advancement of Bouvet Ladubay and other great Crémant producers is: What is the secret? How do companies like Bouvet Ladubay manage to make bottle-fermented sparkling wines at a fraction of the price of a Champagne? Good economics is one reason, and another is that not many people have not yet discovered just how good Crémant de Loire truly is.
More information about Bouvet Ladubay
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|Telephone:||+33 2 41 83 83 83|
|Fax:||+33 2 41 50 24 32|
|Year of Incorporation:||1851|
|Company Owner:||Family Monmousseau|