The world of Langlois-Chateau

Cadre Noir

Langlois-Chateau is the official wine supplier of this internationally-renowned riding school. Prestige and tradition are in perfectly harmony with the Langlois-Chateau philosophy…

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Mans Classic

Langlois-Chateau is very proud to be supporting the famous “24 Heures du Mans” event featuring over 450 legendary cars, all of which were involved in the world’s most well-known endurance race between 1923 and 1979.
Every two years (since 2002), the wines of Langlois-Chateau receive great exposure during this three day event; on the wine list of 6 restaurants, an exclusive Wine Bar, a Tasting & Shopping area, and VIP lounges … With more than 130 000 attendees, this event represents an exceptional opportunity for the Brand. A partnership where passion is a key word!

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Tour Auto

This unique Rally is dedicated solely to the 200 cars which have already been part of the Tour de France Auto between 1921 to 1973. Pleasure and conviviality are part of the code of conduct for these gentlemen drivers.
For several years now, Langlois-Chateau wines have been served during the Gala Dinner. Langlois-Chateau is very proud to have an exclusive wine-bar at the start of the race, in one of the greatest locations in Paris – The Grand Palais near the Jardin des Tuileries.
The city of Saumur also still remembers the roar of some 270 cars passing a check-point at the Langlois-Chateau estate in 2011.