Bouvet Ladubay was founded all the way back in 1851 by Etienne Bouvet and is the second oldest sparkling wine–producing house in Saumur. It’s a Loire-based firm known for being one of France’s greatest producers of méthode traditionnelle sparkling wine. It has been a subsidiary of Taittinger since 1974.
Amazingly, they make nearly 6 million bottles of wine a year, easily making them one of the biggest and baddest producers in the land. Bouvet sources its fruit from more than 100 plots in the Loire Valley, obtaining the best quality each harvest through its long-standing relationships with winegrowers. The salmon pink color of this brut rosé is obtained from the red Cabernet Franc grapes with a quick maceration on the skins.
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