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Francois Lavergne started to make champagnes in 2009 selecting new terroirs, and new wine growers, to succeed with a first Cuvee Brut NV rated 16/20 by Jancis Robinson (more than Moet or Veuve), and a Champagne Rosé, judged as stunning by Steven Spurrier, Decanter.
You can find now these champagnes in UK.
Oenologist, Winemaker, Francois started to work in California in 1991. Specialist of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, after few weeks in Chile for wines, he moved to Japan, opening Le Cordon Bleu and starting wine festivals in different countries. Back to France, he worked at the government for the promotion of food and wine, the SME`s, for Japanese companies including Sake.
For this last effort he received the first title of Best Sake Ambassador of the world in 2015 for three years, including Gerard Basset in the jury, President of the Master Sommeliers, Best Sommelier of the World and Master of Wine.
www.Finechampagne.club/artisan-houses Our champagne of the month is Francois Lavergne Rose Classic NV 75cl
www.Finechampagne.club/Lavergne: François Lavergne’s love affair with wine began 20 years ago. Having trained to become an oenologist, he went to Tokyo to open Le Cordon Bleu’s third international cooking school. It was there he fell in love with sake and Japanese culture. Whilst in Japan he became our Umami specialist having done the first Umami events in Tokyo with Tim Hanni (first American Master of Wine and Umami authority). He also organised wine events and French food weeks in Tokyo, and following the success of this he travelled across Asia with the same concept and became a real aficionada. Now back in Europe, Francois moves between Paris and London where he works as international food and drink advisor, training sommeliers, and developing his unique Champagne House. #ChampagneClub #ChampagneLavergne #ChampagneCollection #Champagne #ChampagneRegion