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Black woman creates her own brand of champagne in France

November 6, 2017
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After working for 12 years as a manager at 5 delicatessen shops at Orly airport in Paris and four more as a wealth manager, Marie-Inès Romelle went back to business school so that she could pursue her passion of creating a brand with her brother, Jaïro, which came to fruition in 2015 in the form of Marie Césaire Champagne. From Guadeloupe, the Romelle’s shared a passion for wine that would later evolve into a love for champagne, which their parents always appreciated.

In two years, the specialty champagnes have been a huge hit, and future plans for the company include increasing exporting, particularly to the Caribbeans. Incredible!

Check out more Marie Césaire Champagne here!

 

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