Allan Duplouich was born in Quimper in Brittany, which he left at the age of 4 when his parents moved in the Béarn Region. He discovered a passion for french cuisine and flavours of the Southwest. In 2004, he met with Christophe Canti, Starred Chef, with whom he worked for 7 years. He also entrusted him with a party position at the restaurant le Jeu de Paume in Pau.
Always in search of new flavours, he decided to discover a land of foreign gastronomy. In 2011, he flies to South America. Back in France, he became for 2 years the sous-chef of Joël Orceau, a young 2-star Chef, at the Café du Port restaurant in Bordeaux. In 2014, he worked again with his mentor, Christophe Canati, who had settled in the restaurant l'Orangerie du Château de Chenonceau. At the end of 2016, Allan joined Les Fermes de Marie, a 5-star hotel in Megève, to assist Nicolas Sintes before returning to Occitania.
At the beginning of 2017 at the age of 34, Allan Duplouich wants to return to the South-West, with whom he fell in love with since his childhood.
It was then that he met Christine and Bertrand-Gabriel Vigouroux. Seduced by la Table de Haute-Serre, BIB Gourmand in the Michelin Guide, he decides to take on the challenge of promoting products and local gastronomy, the estate's vineyards and the art of living in Occitania.