我們，Michael Ganne和Julie Carpentier，創建了Baghera / wines，致力於頂端名釀。 我們的抱負是創建卓越而專業的拍賣中，不管是現場拍賣或在線拍賣d都是出色拍賣。
在線拍賣 Wine O'Clock 是每個月的第二個周二，熱衷於名酒的朋友都有機會在我們安全的我們自己開發的拍賣平台上享受向下拍賣系統以獲得最佳價格。
Baghera /酒窖，為餐廳提供優質葡萄酒菜單，不久之後便在日內瓦Beau-Rivage Hotel的心臟地帶開設了精品店。
香港辦事處在2019年建立，以鞏固我們在亞洲客戶群中的影響力。在Baghera / wines的長期合夥人Francesco Lee李少鵬的帶領下，這個新部門與世界上最重要的名酒飲家和收藏家一起為我們的發展提供了支持。
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Our team at the service of the world’s finest & rarest wines
We are seasoned specialists in the evaluation of cellars as well as in bottle authentication. We put all our experience and our in-depth knowledge of the fine wines market at the service of our clients; collectors, professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Michael Ganne is originally from the Médoc region near Bordeaux and naturally chose to dedicate himself to the wine business. Yet his unswerving taste for novelty spanned well beyond the great Bordeaux wines of his native land.
A graduate of the International Vine and Wine Office with a Master of Wine Management, Michael has visited more than twenty-four countries and met with the most influential people in the business.
A strong promoter of the great vintage bottles he unearths, Michael auctioned some of the most glamorous sales as Head of Continental Europe for the Wine Department at Christie's.
Yet, relentlessly looking for new perspectives, Michael decides to found his own auction house, Baghera/wines, in 2015. Since Baghera/wines' creation, we owe Michael the most impressive world records, including the biggest wine auction ever: “Henri Jayer, The Heritage” which he auctioned in June 2018, selling for CHF 34,5M.
Julie Carpentier’s past is deeply rooted to the Loire valley. These regional origins may very well have given her the desire to take the plunge and work in wineries and vineyards. Yet it may simply have been the encounter with her husband-to-be, an accomplished winemaker…
In a former life, Julie studied Art and Archaeology at the École du Louvre before joining Christie's Wine Department as Wine Specialist, where she dedicated her expertise to fine wines.
Also a graduate from WSET, Julie has shown a remarkable understanding of native varietals together with an overall taste for exceptional and unique crus.
Thus, when Michael asked her to join him in the creation of Baghera/wines, she did not hesitate to be part of the venture as Deputy Director, heading the team. Having developed strong ties with Domains, especially in Burgundy, Julie enjoys meeting vintners and people of the vine, pursuing her defense for the recognition and promotion of the art of winemaking.
An early passionate, following his “soul of wine”, Francesco is a true enthusiast. Having travelled far and wide and tasted many legendary wines, he has shared his in-depth knowledge with connoisseurs worldwide and collectors for many years.
Originally working as an equities research analyst in a French investment bank, Francesco changed his career to the wine industry, joining Christie's as Senior Wine Specialist and Associate VP in 2008, where he co-organized, amongst others, the Château Latour ex-cellar sale in 2011 in Hong-Kong.
Catching up on their mutual passion for fine wines, Michael and Francesco joined forces to develop and strengthen Baghera/wines’ presence throughout Asia. A fervent amateur of European culture and of exceptional French wines especially, Francesco loves bringing people and continents together over the finest crus.
Arthur Leclerc, born in Geneva, comes from a family of restaurateurs who passed on the taste for cooking and sharing gourmet cuisine. An insatiable epicurean, Arthur is fascinated with all things food and trained in the kitchens of a gastronomic restaurant.
Arthur then went on to study at the prestigious École Hôtelière de Genève where he was particularly captivated by event management and œnology. He complemented his hospitality training with two in-house professional experiences at the Ritz Hotel in Paris and at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva.
Whilst pursuing his passion for the study of wines and spirits, Arthur met Michael and Julie during the inaugural Baghera/wines auction. He joined the team as Sales & Events Officer during the organization of the “Henri Jayer, The Heritage” auction in 2018.
An artist's daughter and grand-daughter, of British and French origins, Olivia has always been sensitive to the intricate geography of signs. Brought up in a multicultural artistic environment on 2 languages, classical music, jazz, PG tips tea, ponies, cats&dogs and books, she fell in love with Hitchcock's oeuvre at an early age and decided to study Dramatic Art in the United Kingdom. She later pursued her acting training in Paris and Moscow and worked as an actress for the theater and cinema for fifteen years.
Family heredity compellingly made its way back, as the atavic urge for drawing and all things graphic sprung up again. Whether sketching portraits on paper tablecloths in restaurants or in her countless notebooks at the terraces of literary cafes in Paris, the fascination for signs on paper led Olivia to join some of the largest publishing houses in Paris and French press groups.
Michael invited her to join Baghera/wines as Art Director in 2015 and she has since signed Baghera's graphic identity and catalogues.
Pablo, originally from Spain, has always been in close contact with the fine wine world as his family runs one of the most prestigious wineries in Spain.
An Agricultural Engineer graduated from the Madrid University, Pablo chose to follow his passion for the wine industry and specialise in crop science with emphasis on viticulture and oenology.
With his technical and analytical mindset combined with his passion for fine wines, Pablo joined Baghera/wines in 2019 as Wine Specialist within the team.
At his early career stages, Pablo gained financial knowledge by working several years in Private Equity. But his always increasing curiosity led Pablo to continue learning about the wine business by studying at the WSET. Combined with his other passion fine dining, he has been travelling around the world visiting some of the most prestigious wineries and restaurants.
Emilie studied political science at the IEP of Bordeaux and at the CELSA, the Sorbonne school of communication. She began her career in communication in Paris where she worked for international companies such as Thalys Trains, the Carrefour group and EasyJet.
Her passion for digital technology took Emilie to Switzerland in 2014, where she published a creative blog and studied for a Diploma in Web Project Management at the SAWI, Lausanne, which she obtained in 2016.
It was at this time that she met Michael Ganne and Julie Carpentier who were seeking support for communication and press relations at Baghera/wines. Inspired by the challenge of the company’s international reach and the passion of its founders, she joined the Master Cellar sales team in June 2016.
Dominique Fornage comes from Switzerland. At the age of 20, he discovered the world of fine wines in which he showed immediate interest with the help of the best local experts who told him all you need to know about wine tasting.
In 1983 he opened the first vinothèque, in the Canton of Valais, Vinothèque Nobilis. Three years later he was launching the first Wine Competition of the Valais canton, which is the only official contest today.
Dominique Fornage has sat on a number of national and international panels of judges. He also leads masterclasses on wine and wine tasting in several government schools. As an expert, his preference goes to the finest regional wines throughout the world, from the French motherland to Argentina. Today his exclusive wine masterclasses are famous throughout the whole of Europe.
Originally from Paris, Dovinia joined the Baghera/wines team in 2019. Trained in Art History, Law and Political Sciences, she has worked in cultural institutions, such as museums and local authorities, in the field of research, conservation and the enhancement of tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
Dovinia has overseen several cultural action services for the development of audiences, regional planning and artistic programming in visual arts, live performance and music. Interested in issues of transmission, mediation and democratization of knowledge as well as contemporary artistic expressions, she brings her skills to the team in matters of historical research and writing editorial content.
Dovinia is a fervent traveler and her appetite for discovering new cultures has led her far and wide, from Tahiti, where she lived for ten years, to South-East Asia, and back to Europe, where she spent two full years studying Italian Art in Rome and Florence.