Visit cellars and heritage

Retrace the history of Bouvet-Ladubay through the archives, the collection of labels, the office of Étienne Bouvet, the Petit Théâtre and many other pieces loaded in memory.

©Marc Broussard

Retrace the history of Bouvet-Ladubay through the archives, the label collection, Étienne Bouvet’s office, the Petit Théâtre and many other plays loaded in memory.
The Sunken Cathedral and the different stages of development of our fine bubbles of the Loire are also to be discovered.
A tasting of different vintages will close this special visit.
Schedule of visits «Heritage Day»: 10h and 14h30/ visit limited to 15 people maximum. Accessible from 8 years. Reduced price to 4€ per person. Reservation required. Visit of about 2 hours - Not accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Reservation at or by email

About the venue

11 rue Jean Ackerman
  • Édifice d'artisanat, du commerce et du tertiaire

In the heart of the Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Saumur, Bouvet-Ladubay, Brut de Loire, welcomes you in its kilometers of cellars dug in the Tuffeau. Discover all the steps of the traditional method, immerse yourself in the History of the House founded in 1851, explore the Sunken Cathedral in the heart of the cellars and taste the Excellence of the Brut de Loire. To date, more than 500 medals and awards have confirmed the quality of our Cuvées. The Monmousseau family, at the head of the House since its acquisition in 1932 by Justin-Marcel Monmousseau, has also given a natural artistic dimension to wine aesthetes: the Centre d'Art Contemporain Bouvet-Ladubay, with exhibitions offered throughout the year.

Access: Car parks available

Caves Bouvet Ladubay ©Vincent Guillebault