THREE GENERATIONS OF FAMILY BUSINESS
Rich in History
Bounded by Tradition
Jean-Jacques Bréban, Chairman and CEO of the House of "Vins Bréban", inherited his passion for fine wines from his father, Raymond Bréban.
In 1952, the company founder, Raymond Bréban discovered the wines of Provence and decided to devote his life to the production and promotion of quality wines in Provence.
By 1960, he had established key partnerships with two wineries and built lasting relationships with consumers and winemakers that endure to this day.
Provence winemaking traditions
The production of wines of Provence, their growth, development, and marketing are the heart of the business of the House of "Vins Bréban."
Always attentive to customers and the needs of their partners, the House of "Vins Bréban" considers all factors relating to each particular variety of wine to be produced, taking care to account for soil conditions and always remaining faithful to the traditions of the wine-making art in Provence.
Jean-Jacques Bréban, the son of Raymond Bréban, took the reins of the company in 1968. He continues to work with an unparalleled commitment to product excellence.
Under the leadership of J.J. Bréban, the House relies on principles of quality, authenticity, respect for culture and the farming. J.J. Bréban is on a constant, never ending quest, to discover new flavors that will faithfully portray the best of past and present winemaking traditions.
Jean-Jacques Bréban is deepening partnerships with 20 independent domaines.
More than 55 different wines currently being marketed by the company.
The production of quality wine has led the company in the direction of developing areas of organic wines.
Under the leadership of Jean-Jacques Bréban, the company is expanding the export business.
The first sales contracts were signed with the United States, Canada and England in 1990.
The sustainability of the House’s business is driven by the third generation of the family.
With 30 employees, the Bréban family has established a dynamic and efficient company core of committed business professionals.
The family team possesses extensive knowledge of the vineyards of Provence, regional wine making techniques, and long-term reliable relationships with its partners and customers.
The third generation Bréban family team is devoted to the same winemaking philosophy passed down from the time of Raymond Bréban. Each member of the team is expected to carry forward the commitment to authenticity and the ancestral knowledge of Provence wines.
In compliance with a decree on environmental commitment throughout French society, "Vins Bréban" includes the “Triman” logo on its product packaging: a visual symbol alerting consumers that the packaging is subject to being sorted after use and subsequently properly recycled.
Triman logo underscores the central role of the citizen consumer in caring for the environment. It is intended to remind citizens of their individual and collective responsibilities in meeting social and environmental challenges for the good of society-at-large.