Baron Patrick de Ladoucette has been producing outstanding Loire Valley wines for over 40 years. From his flagship family estate de Ladoucette in Pouilly-Fumé to La Poussie in Sancerre, Régnard in Chablis and Marc Brédif in Vouvray, these wines are considerered to be among the finest in their appellations.
Régnard, one of the oldest and most prestigious houses in Chablis, was founded by Zéphir Régnard in 1860. In 1984, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette purchased Régnard and has perpetuated the style and tradition of the wines.
Baron Patrick de Ladoucette was the first person to introduce Pouilly-Fumé to the American market.
All the varying soil types are vinified separately to preserve their distinctive qualities: Limestone produces a very perfumed wine which is delicate in style; Flint produces wine with more depth and mineral character; Clay, located in the highest slopes, makes a firm wine with rustic characteristics.