Arnaud Fabre has been appointed Managing Director of Champagne Alexandre Bonnet by the Board of Directors of the company on 26th August 2019.
He will co-manage Maison Alexandre Bonnet alongside François Lange, Managing Director as well, and Philippe Baijot, President, both of them having confirmed their intention to exercise their rights to retirement soon.
Originated from Medoc (Bordeaux), Arnaud Fabre discovered the Champagne region on the occasion of his studies at Neoma Business School and then started his career in 2004 working for a new family project at Chateau d’Anglès, La Clape in Languedoc. He then represented, in Paris as well as on export markets, a portfolio of prestigious Maisons and Winegrowers such as Henri Boillot, François Labet, Pibarnon, Trévallon, Marcel Deiss, etc. In 2014, he joined Champagne Castelnau in Reims as Export Manager.
What about Champagne Alexandre Bonnet
Champagne Alexandre Bonnet, the leading Maison at Les Riceys, owns 47 hectares of vines dedicated to the elaboration of Champagnes (white and rosé), as well as of Coteaux Champenois rouge and — of course – Rosé des Riceys. With a “Haute Valeur Environnementale” environmental certification since 2015, the Alexandre Bonnet vineyard also stands out trough the development of a museum to preserve the old Champagne grape varieties.
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Champagne Alexandre Bonnet is present on traditional distribution channels, primarily for export. Its exceptional vineyard and expertise in Pinot Noir enable the Maison to elaborate precise and expressive champagnes, perfectly reflecting the Riceys terroir, and to create outstanding limitededition Cuvees to satisfy the demands of discerning consumers.