Paul Chevalier, Vice President of Château d’Esclans at Moët Hennessy USA, recently joined our team, via Zoom, for an interview and deep dive into Château d’Esclans entire collection. We had the pleasure of speaking with Paul, who took us on a journey through the rolling hills and exquisite estate of the famed Rosé house. Although the video is long (there was a lot to cover), you’ll fall in love with the story and pedigree behind each wonderful rose they offer.
Educated in winemaking and viticulture at the University of Reims and the University of Bordeaux, Paul went on to acquire his practical knowledge of wine working for Château Margaux and later with Louis Latour in Burgundy. Currently, Chevalier is responsible for the sales and marketing of the Château d’Esclans portfolio in North America, working with the Moët Hennessy group. He also works closely with Sacha Lichine, President of Château d’Esclans, in the global marketing strategy for his wines.
Chevalier has lectured in over 80 countries and has been a leading figure in the wine world throughout his career. He was honored by the French government in 2013 and received the medal of “Chevalier du Mérite Agricole” for his role in promoting French wines in the United States.
The Château D’Esclans Garrus rosé (25 barrels produced) is the most exclusive rosé in the world.