Gosset goes to Louis Latour Agencies

03 July 2015

Louis Latour Agencies has taken on UK distribution for Champagne Gosset, the first champagne in its portfolio.

Gosset strengthens a portfolio that already includes northern Rhône's Vidal-Fleury and New Zealand's Craggy Range. The agent is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

Announcing this at Louis Latour Agencies' celebrations for the occasion, MD Will Oatley commented: ‘Gosset is a perfect fit and a perfect synergy for Louis Latour Agencies.'

Gosset's was founded in 1584, and was sold to the Cointreau family in 1993, and so remains family-owned.

Distribution will move from McKinley Vintners to Louis Latour Agencies on 1 August.

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