Paul Chevalier

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. He was then hired by the LVMH group as the youngest member of the winemaking team at Champagne Veuve Clicquot in Reims as well as the technical advisor for Cloudy Bay in New Zealand. He later worked in Bordeaux for the Seagram Company until joining the House of Calvet as Winemaker & Export Director for North + South America. Today, Paul works Sacha Lichine and Patrick Léon (former winemaker for Château Mouton-Rothschild, Opus One, and Viña Almaviva) in the development of the 4 unique rosés from the Château D'Esclans estate. The Château D'Esclans Garrus rosé (25 barrels produced) is the most exclusive rosé in the world.