With 15 years of experience in the wine business, Murielle saw in wine her essential soul and the origin of her culture: conviviality and friendship.
An emotion and a sharing of horizons.
An exchange, pure and simple.
Drawing on her experience, she was able to identify the missing link between the importer’s specific demand and the wine producer’s offer. The ability to fulfill a specific need, to create a privileged relationship, through mutual benefit, while bringing in her discipline, responsiveness and flexibility.
From this was born Murielle’s will to create her own company – Murielle Claudel Wines. To develop the commercial activities of wine estates, first in the Languedoc Roussillon Region (Southwest of France), then in the whole country. To support family domains, organic producers and wine-growing estates using the principles of biodynamic agriculture or sustainable agriculture. To capitalize on her depth of experience, developed over a course of years.
As a company’s client once put it:
Murielle is our eyes, our ears, and our voice
The success of Murielle Claudel Wines resides in the double competence that makes the company a unique partner.
On one hand, a deep knowledge of the wine-growing sector in France, its regions and appellations, as well as strong partnerships with beautiful estates–primarily family domains using the principles of sustainable agriculture.
A human approach, built on strong relationships and the abilty to listen that leads to long-term partnerships
On the other hand, a commercial expertise, an excellent understanding of importing countries, and a dense export network, built over the years.
Beyond these competences, Murielle Claudel Wines is above all a human approach, built on strong relationships and the abilty to listen that leads to long-term partnerships.
MCW supports importers and wine producers in their import-export strategies, and creates a followed-up relationship with producers and buyers. Their objectives: ensuring the continued existence of export markets, developing sales and extending distribution networks.