Patrick BruelFrançois Berléand (accompanied by his wife Alexia Stresi) and Yannick Alléno had a smile on their face this Wednesday, November 23, when they were reunited at the Ledoyen Pavilion, in Paris, on the occasion of the 770th anniversary of Château Pape Clément. A famous wine estate, located in Pessac in Gironde. It appears in particular in the classification of Graves wines in 1959 and has owned Bernard Magrez since 1983. The latter, who took about ten years before taking over the entire capital of the estate, was of course present for this anniversary. .

He was photographed sharing a few moments of complicity with the trio mentioned above, notably taking a tour of the kitchens of the prestigious Ledoyen Paviliondirected by Yannick Alléno, three-starred in the Michelin Guide since 2007. Bernard Magrez also gave a speech and posed with journalist Franz-Olivier Giesbert, historian Fabrice d’Almeida, but also clarinettist Christian Morin, who proposed a small musical concert, accompanied by “the Quatuor of Pape Clément”.

A nice party

A show attended by the guests, while they were all gathered at the table, around a few glasses of wine. Bottles that undoubtedly come from Château Pape Clément. They were also photographed during this event. Note also the presence at this party, the actor and former Belgian professional racing driver Stéphane De Groodt.

Beautiful people of the present, therefore, to share a good time around a few bottles of wine which, as a reminder, is a very important alcohol from a cultural point of view in France. To give an example, France produced, in 2019, 4.2 billion liters of wine, according to the website That is 17% of world production. Nothing but vshas !


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