LVMH to Open Heritage Sites to Public

 

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On October 15 and 16, the Maisons of LVMH will allow access
to some of their most symbolic and secluded heritage sites, which include
workshops, vineyards, private mansions, family homes and historic boutiques in
France as well as in Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and Poland. This
unprecedented opening is part of the group’s publicity campaign to showcase the
artisanal handicraft and traditional, time-honored workmanship that happen
behind-the-scenes at each of their Maisons.

“These locations are living treasures and are the setting
for the exceptional talent within each of the Group’s Maisons. We are delighted
to open them to the public and we hope that the visitors will be as moved and
amazed as I am each time I visit them,” said Antoine Arnault, Chief Executive
Officer of Berluti and LVMH Board Member.

“Each Maison possesses its own heritage and individual
relationship to excellence and innovation. Brought together in one group, these
Maisons support each other and share their communal passion for perfection,
both in the diversity of the traditions which inspire them and in the
innovation and modernity which has given them their global prestige.”

The high-end wine and spirits tradition is of course
inseparable from the unique land owned by the Group, which includes areas in
the Champagne region, Bordelais, Charente
and Scotland.
The leather goods, fabric, perfume, jewelry and watch traditions also have
their roots in ancient and fertile lands: Paris
and numerous French provinces, Italy,
Switzerland, Spain,
the Hautvillers Abbey, the workshops on Avenue Montaigne, Place Vendome and
Asnières.

These emblematic locations, which are in most cases fully
functioning places of work, are in themselves important sites of architectural
heritage. Art tourists may register their interest online. For the record, the
following is a list of the sites to be made public in October.

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Christian Dior Couture, Salon de Haute Couture, PARIS

Parfums Christian Dior, Siège Parfums Christian Dior, PARIS

Louis Vuitton, Ateliers d’Asnières, ASNIÈRES

Berluti, Salons Berluti, PARISGivenchy Couture, Studio de
création, PARIS

Kenzo Mode et Kenzo Parfum, Showroom, PARIS

Emilio Pucci, Archives, ITALIE

Loewe, Showroom, Madrid/ESPAGNE

Chaumet, Salons Chaumet, PARIS

Guerlain, Maison Guerlain, PARIS

Moët & Chandon, Résidence de
Trianon, Champagne/EPERNAY

Dom Pérignon, Abbaye d’Hautvillers, Champagne/HAUTVILLERS

Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Hôtel du Marc et Pavillon
de Muire, Champagne/REIMS

Caves, Champagne/REIMS

Krug, Maison Krug, Champagne/REIMS

Ruinart, Maison Ruinart, Champagne/REIMS

Hennessy, Château de Bagnolet, Poitou
– Charentes/COGNAC

Chai de la Faïencerie, Poitou –
Charentes/COGNAC

Quais Hennessy, Poitou –
Charentes/COGNAC

The Glenmorangie Company, The Glenmorangie Distillery,
ECOSSE

Belvédère, Belvedere Distillery, POLOGNE

Château Cheval Blanc, Château Cheval
Blanc, AQUITAINE

Château d’Yquem, Château d’Yquem, AQUITAINE

La Grande Epicerie de Paris, Les cuisines de la Grande
Epicerie de Paris, PARIS

Le Jardin d’Acclimatation, Maison de Kiso, PARIS

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