In a nutshell:
A fresh and crisp Cabernet Franc from the heart of France's Loire valley.
Once known only for their Loire sparkling wines Langlois-Chateau are, these days, a serious player with the still wines of the region as well. This leafy and brisk, 100% Cabernet Franc, come from vineyards in the Saumur appellation. It's fermented in stainless steel to retain the sought after brightness a primary fruit flavours. The nose is full of cassis and rasberry notes while on the palate there are powerful red fruit flavours which are held together by a crip acidity supple texture and soft rounded tannins. It's also showing a nice touch of development which adds nicelt to the complexity.
When to drink:
It's a good red to serve just slightly below room temperature and will go well with grilled white meats, charcuterie, or soft cheeses.