BIVB names new director of Cité des Vins et des Climats de Bourgogne

The Bourgogne Wine Board has appointed Olivier Le Roy as director of the cultural initiative which will welcome visitors in Beaune, Chablis, and Mâcon.

Co-Presidents of the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB), François Labet and Louis-Fabrice Latour, have appointed Olivier Le Roy as director of the Cité des vins et des Climats de Bourgogne following the creation of the management association last month.

Part of the BIVB team in charge of the project and working closely with project manager, Jérôme Diguet, Olivier Le Roy will commence his role on 2 September.

A graduate of the international department of Sciences Po in Paris, Olivier Le Roy has previously held various advisory and strategy posts as well as heading institutions, working in commercial development, and managing real estate projects.

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