Moët & Chandon brand ambassador in Cyprus
Pierre-Louis Araud, Maître de Maison and Brand Ambassador of the Champagne house Moët & Chandon, was in Cyprus recently for a two-day presentation to oenophiles, banqueting managers and sommeliers from leading hotels and restaurants.
Pierre-Louis arranged for a special menu hosted by Photos Photiades Distributors, that included some of the most popular champagnes from Epernay, including the Grand Vintage 2003, the 68th from the Maison, “a profound champagne, one that announces its colours without artifice, intrigues by its honesty. A wine that, having weathered all challenges, has come through with a robust serenity, a formal generosity and a comfortable presence,” according to the company. This is a blend of Pinot Meunier 43%, Pinot Noir 29% and Chardonnay 28%. Prior to joining the Maison in 2011, Pierre-Louis held a senior position at Rothschild France Distribution as Brand Ambassador and Product Manager within the spirits division in 2009-2011. From 2005 to 2008, he worked for Deloitte Consulting in a consumer business capacity as part of a He is responsible for overseeing public relations activities for the Maison’s Department of Heritage and Hospitality including the communication of wine messages within France and abroad.