L'École du Grand Chocolat Valrhona
Tain l’Hermitage is a small village in the Drôme region. We’re in France, halfway between Valence, the city of Anne Sophie Pic and her Maison, and Lyon, where the unforgettable Paul Bocuse created a system of restaurants, brasseries and comptoirs starting from L’auberge du Pont de Collonges, the family restaurant that has been holding 3 stars for 50 years now. Placed on the left bank of the Rhein, among vineyards and fields of lavender, Tain l’Hermitage is also the home of Valrhona. It is here that in 1989 Frédéric Bau and Paul Bernard Bret founded L'École du Grand Chocolat Valrhona which year after year has become one of the most important training centres for chocolate worldwide.
Cité du Chocolat
Group photo of the équipe Valrhona
The director of the L’École, Christophe Domange
Translated into English by Slawka G. Scarso
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A journalist from Catania, now in Milan, she was born in 1966. «I travel, meet people and tell stories on Volevofareilgiornalista» and on numerous other publications