New Western Regional Manager for Louis Latour Inc
Louis Latour Inc announced the appointment of Mick Cameron as the new western regional manager. Mick Cameron is an import specialist who has worked in the fine-wine segment in California for close to two decades. Returning to California in the late '90s after having lived and worked for several years in France, he would ultimately come to specialize in French wines.
Before joining Louis Latour Inc, Cameron spent 10 years as Northern California area manager for Louis Roederer. He is a dual French-American national, speaks fluent French and holds both the French Wine Scholar teaching credential as well as that of Certified Specialist of Wine.
About Louis Latour Inc
Louis Latour Inc is the subsidiary of Maison Louis Latour in Beaune, France and has imported wines since 1985. Maison Louis Latour was established in 1797, and has been passed from father to son for 11 generations. Today, Maison Louis Latour owns around 125 acres in 21 appellations of the Côte d’Or and is the largest owner of Premier and Grand Crus vineyards. Louis Latour Cooperage is an integral part of the winemaking process with over 3,000 hand-crafted barrels, half of which are exported to North America and Australia.