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A prestigious evening for you and your guests!
Every year, the Dîner de la Rentrée of the French Chamber of Great Britain brings together around 200 French and British top tier business representatives for a most enjoyable evening. This event, which includes a networking cocktail and a dinner, is a great occasion to invite clients, guests or colleagues to meet industry leaders. It is also an opportunity to develop business network and stay informed about industry developments.
About our Guest Speaker
Vincent de Rivaz CBE
Vincent de Rivaz is the Chief Executive of EDF Energy, one of the UK’s largest energy companies and a wholly owned subsidiary of EDF Group. EDF Energy is the largest producer of low-carbon electricity and the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain.
Vincent is a member of the Executive Committee of EDF Group. As Chief Executive, he led the incorporation of the UK nuclear operator, the former “British Energy”, into EDF Energy from January 2009. He had previously led the creation of EDF Energy through the merger of the former London Electricity Group, Eastern Networks and Seeboard in 2003. He had been appointed Chief Executive of London Electricity Goup in February 2002.
About our providers
Pommery Brut Royal NV is blended from equal amounts of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Menuier.It has a ale yellow colourwith faint green highlights. On the nose it is fresh, light-hearted, and fine with notes of citrus fruit and white flower combined with small red fruits. Elegant and lively, Pommery Brut Royal NV is a rounded, rich, but delicate wine that lingers in the mouth. In short, a clean taste with no dryness. A very smooth wine which never wanes on the palate.
The Crus Classés de Graves
The Crus Classés de Graves are fourteen specific prestigious estates that were classified great growths in 1953 and have the unusual distinction of being classified for both the red and white wines. One of them, the prestigious Château Haut-Brion was classified a first growth in 1855.
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