The Grand Cru Classé of Pauillac was the first to demonstrate a new virtue in the management of its vineyards. For the planet? No. To advance Wine.
After seven decades, Alfred Tesseron still has in his eyes the laughing mischief of the cheeky child he once was. Son of a famous Cognac family – before creating their own brand, the Tesserons supplied the great houses with rare eaux de-vie of venerable age which allowed them to refine their best vintages – Alfred has long steered his boat between Bordeaux and Cognac, with long detours to Paris and the United States. He successfully and enthusiastically sold wine and spirits of various brands for different houses and to different audiences. He thus built his first career