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William Fèvre becomes Institute Supporter

William Fèvre becomes Institute Supporter

The Institute of Masters of Wine is happy to announce that William Fèvre has become an official Supporter of the Institute.

William Fèvre was founded in 1959 and has become one of the most recognisable names in Chablis. A domaine that includes 15ha in Grand Cru, it has developed a global reputation. In 1998, William Fèvre became part of Maisons et Domaines Henriot.

Thomas Henriot, CEO of Maisons et Domaines Henriot, said: “We are very happy to be supporting the Institute of Masters of Wine. We are looking forward to listening to the Institute’s needs, and using the resources at our disposal to assist them in their mission. We want to be part of the Institute’s future.”

Penny Richards, Executive Director of the Institute, said: “As the Institute becomes more diverse both in its Membership and in its activities, our group of Supporters is taking an increasingly important role in assisting our drive to maintain our relevance in the global wine trade. William Fèvre is a very welcome addition to the Supporters group, and we are certain that they will make a distinctive and distinguished contribution to the exciting plans we have for the next few years.’

The addition of William Fèvre to the Institute’s list of official Supporters brings the total number to 24, from eleven different countries.


For enquiries about this release please contact:
Ben McKeown
Communications Manager, Institute of Masters of Wine
T: +44 (0)207 383 9131