Located in the village of Cabanac-et-Villagrains, in the township of La Brede, Chateau Langlet is one of the oldest wines of the Graves appellation, able to trace its history back to at least 1868.
The estate was acquired in 1999 by the Kressmann family, prominent in Bordeaux and best known as the owners of Ch. Latour-Martillac, a leading classified growth in Pessac-Leognan. Langlet thus benefits from the same expertise as its sister estate, but at a much more affordable price.
The vineyard of 7.1 hectares is spread over a hill of deep gravel pebbles , with magnificent exposure to the sun. The vines are about 25 year old vines. with sustainable agricultural practices.
The Kressmann family implements traditional cropping and vinification techniques to get the very best out of this exceptional terroir with the help of the team from Chateau Latour-Martillac.