Christophe Coubetergues, the paper's current managing editor, says that the Auvergnat community of Paris still constitutes the publication's principal readership. "Today," says Coubetergues, "many people from the Auvergne are not restaurateurs but purveyors…. They've jumped up a class, you could say." Indeed, many Parisian restaurateurs have close relationships with Auvergnat suppliers. Regine Dumas, the owner of Chez Grisette, a popular bar a vin in the Montmartre neighborhood, composes much of her menu around Auvergnat products, especially the cured and cased meats from the Bruel farm in the Cantalian village of St-Illide. Why is Dumas, a Parisian by birth, so loyal to her Auvergnat suppliers? "They have the best products," she says. "And I guess I'm an Auvergnat at heart."