Domaine Marc Brédif, the Largest Winery Cellar in the Vouvray Appellation
The history of Domaine Marc Brédif dates back to 1893 when Monsieur Brédif founded the estate. The winery is located in the heart of Vouvray, in the region of the Loire Valley. Later, in 1980 Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, took over the estate and continued to grow vineyards for wine production. The cellar of Domaine Marc Brédif is among the most beautiful and largest in the appellation. Domaine Marc Brédif has some very rare wines with available vintages that date back to 1874.
Domaine Marc Brédif and Their Range of Wines
The vineyards are composed of clay-limestone, siliceous or sandy soils. Maison Brédif produces three types of wines, which are the classic Vouvray, the Marc Brédif Nectar, and another traditional white vine. The winery also produces rosé and red wines in Chinon. These include Chinon Réserve Privée, the prestigious cuvée, and Chinon Blanc.
The Winemaking Process at Domaine Marc Brédif
We highly recommend a visit to Domaine Marc Brédif. Take a supervised tour to learn more about their vines and wines, visit their vast cellars and enjoy their incredible wines. The winemaking team at Domaine Marc Brédif will invite you to the outside of the castle and its vineyards to tell you about the history of the estate from its origins. You will get to see the different stages of wine production, from harvest to blending. Wines are available for purchase at the Domaine, be sure you book your visit in advance.