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Patrick Baugier

CEO

United States

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Patrick Baugier started Metrowine Distribution Inc. at the end of the nineteen eighties in New York City. This company functions as a whosaler of the top labeled growths from the earth's leading châteaux. Because Patrick Baugier grew up in Saint-Emilion, the area where his relatives have fabricated wine for centuries, he has constructed strong unique friendships with the top châteaux managers. Patrick Baugier is a French CCE (Foreign Trade Counselor). These types of corporate pros taking part in world business are picked through the Premier in order to embody local firms in foreign countries and also advise the govt. Capital Millesime, created by Patrick Baugier in Bordeaux, in the South of France, contains a big storage facility outfitted with a sophisticated storeroom in which temperature levels are supervised. It makes sure that all products are shipped in temperature-controlled ships. Thirteen years ago, Patrick Baugier started Vintage Capital Wine, which has turned out to be certainly one of the major Bordeaux bottles importing wholesalers in the U.S.. He created an exceptional distribution service, from the enterprise to the buyer, through depots across the United States.

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