The president of Taittinger Champagne, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, plans to leave his post within four years, he has said in an interview published in the latest issue of Decanter magazine.
Unlike his uncle Claude, who ran the Taittinger family business until he was nearly 80, Pierre-Emmanuel magazine.Some observers believe a liable successor is his son, Clovis, who is currently the house's export director. Pierre-Emmanuel's daughter, Vitalie, also works at the firm as artistic director.'I honestly don't know [who will take over]. God will choose,' he said.'What I do know is that Taittinger is in very excellent shape once more. We are very profitable. The last two years have been our best ever,' added Pierre-Emmanuel, who decamps to a medieval manor house without running water or electricity at weekends as 'the perfect antidote to my luxury lifestyle'.In 2005, six of the seven branches of the Taittinger family voted to sell the family empire, which built-in several hotels,
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