Thanks to a team of talented people in Europe, Bruno Lafon Selection sources small wineries and new rising stars that express the true image of their terroirs in France, Spain and Italy. Relationship with our producers is key and we do our best to meet your satisfaction. We believe : “Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions and more tolerance.” B. Franklin.
When I worked in the family Domaine in Meursaut in the 80s, I had the good opportunity to meet Alain Chapel, an incredible chef who in turn, inspired a generation of chefs. Twice a year, Alain would invite winemakers for what one could say were the 1980’s crème de la crème of France’s vigneron’s. It is thanks to Alain that I had the privilege to share time tasting and learning from some of the greatest wine legends of this era, Vigneron’s such as Henri Jayer, Pierre Ramonet, Hubert de Montille, Pierre Overnoy, Marcel Lapierre, Collete Faller and Gérard Chave among others. At this time, I wasn’t..
Marine RoyerNational Sales Manager
Where to start… I did not grow up in a winery. It all came as a surprise and still is now to my close family sometimes! I went to University for Agrofood, and instead of moving to England as planned, a friend got me into the world of Wine. Truth be told, at that time, if I had to work in a specific field it would have to be with food I love and passionate people. Wine it is! For those that have met me, you’ll know how passionate and proud I am about the Loire wines (Jasnières and Chinon being very special to me!)...
Remy SarrazinEast Coast Manager
Having a grandfather who was a winegrower, gave me the opportunity to taste wine when I was young, probably too young! But that is also the best way to train your palate and your sensibility of wine. For as long as I remember I have been passionately fascinated by the difference in complexity and infinite aromas across wines, and the rich history it brings to each region! My curiosity quickly carried me out of my native region of Bordeaux with a first step into Cognac. This is where I spent my first year of studies in wine, followed by another year working for a negociant/wine merchant in the South West of France. I then returned..