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Chateau Langlet is one of the oldest vineyards in the Graves wine region, able to trace aits history back to at least 1868. The key element in its recent history was its acquisition in 1999 by the Kressman family, renowned Bordeaux proprietors, and the engagement thereafter of famed oenologist Denis Dubourdieu, one of the world’s most respected consultants in the realm of white wine production. The grapes, which are manually harvested, are fermented in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks before being then aged in oak barrels, 20% new, for 10 months before bottling. The oak is purely supportive rather than dominant and it imbues the wine with a certain spicy richness, wholly different from the wines from the Loire which are also made from Sauvignon Blanc, such as Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé.