Seresin joins Louis Latour Agencies

Chris Losh

Chris Losh

10 May 2016

One of Marlborough’s best-respected wineries, Seresin Estate, has joined the Louis Latour Agencies portfolio from Armit Wines.

A biodynamic producer – the second in the Latour portfolio– Seresin follows Champagne Gosset, Cognac Frapin and Morgenhof, all of whom have joined the agency in the last 10 months.

‘I am delighted that Seresin Estate have agreed to join us,’ said Will Oatley, MD at Louis Latour Agencies. ‘The wines have great depth and character and are the perfect addition to our portfolio of family-owned wine and spirit producers.’

‘[Louis Latour] work with some of the best independent retailers, wholesalers, restaurants and hotels making them an ideal partner to expand our UK distribution,’ said Michelle Connor, Seresin Estate general manager.

Seresin replaces the larger Craggy Range that left Louis Latour for Bibendum Wine earlier this year.

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