Pommery appoints new winemaker

Champagne Pommery has named Clément Pierlot as its new winemaker as Thierry Gasco moves to direct Pommery’s operations in the US, England and south of France.

Pierlot was appointed in time to oversee the harvest this September and is the 10th chef de cave at the house.

Pierlot has been director of Vranken-Pommery Monopole ‘s vineyards since 2004 took charge of oenological development for Champagne in 2014 as well as for the ‘Louis Pommery’ project in England.

Sara Hicks, UK director for Champagne Pommery said: “Clement’s daily involvement with wine development and his proven environmental commitment meant that he was a natural choice to become the tenth cellar director for Champagne Pommery.”

 

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