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Edgard Dufès Successeurs

Langlade - Languedoc

Following the golden era of the wines from Langlade, appreciated by Louis XIV and Thomas Jefferson, this confidential appellation located in the heart of Languedoc deserves one’s attention.

The domaine Edgard Dufès is an historical reference of this area of the South West of France, now run by Elisabeth Van Der Bent since 2001, keeping the former family name of the estate.

The Langlade Red is composed of a subtle blend of Syrah, Cinsault, Grenache and Mourvèdre, to translate all the heritage of the appellation. 

With only 3.5 hectares of 80 years old vines and a production of 9000 bottles per vintage, this is a true hidden gem.

Edgard Dufès Successeurs in the bottle

Langlade Rouge 

What makes the magic of Langlade Red is the blend of the 4 grapes : Syrah, Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault. The proportions vary depending on the vintage, to reflect the particularity of each year. This is aged for 24 months on lees only in French oak vats of various sizes.

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