Etienne Bouvet created the house of Bouvet Ladubay in 1851, by associating his brand with the name of his wife. At the end of the 19th century its success was extraordinary, so much so that it became the largest producer of sparkling wines in the world. Through the 8 km of cellars, visitors are shown all the stages of winemaking in an exceptional setting. The Bouvet Ladubay house also boasts steel and glass architecture, a small theatre and a ‘sunken cathedral’, carved into the rock. The carriage room makes a fine degustation area. Note: Contemporary Art Centre, seminar and receptions rooms available.
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