"Marc Brévot holds a degree in agricultural engineering from ENSAIA University in Nancy, France. He began his career at LVMH Moët Hennessy in Tokyo in 1996. There he supervised the scientific and technological intelligence of the group’s various branches as well as organized the Japanese part of the LVMH international “Science for Art” competition. After two years in Japan, Brévot returned to France and joined Jas Hennessy & Co. in Cognac, France. He first held a position of financial controlling for the eau-de-vie elaboration and then moved to work advising and evaluating the company’s suppliers. In the meantime, he also continued his training at the University of Oenology in Bordeaux where he graduated in winetasting in 2002 and continued to perfect his knowledge by earning an internationally recognized degree in winemaking (DNO) from the University of Reims. In 2004 Brévot settled in Moët & Chandon’s home city of Epernay, France. As Winemaker and Technical Advisor for the firm, Brévot wore many hats and managed scientific projects in a wide range of operations. In 2018, he was promoted head of R&D for MHCS, the Champagne branch of LVMH group, and Director of the new Moët Hennessy Robert-Jean De Vogüé Research center in October 2021."""