Cazes’ successor named

The successor to Sylvie Cazes at Louis Roederer’s Bordeaux estates is to be Nicolas Glumineau.

Glumineau previously worked at Château Montrose and will now be in charge of the four estates in Roederer’s portfolio including Château Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande.

His appointment follows the departure of Sylvie Cazes from both her role at Pichon-Comtesse and the Union des Grands Crus.

Glumineau will take up his new position on 19 November and Cazes will leave formally on 31 December.

As well as working at Château Montrose since 2007, Glumineau has previous experience at both Haut-Brion and Margaux.

His place has been filled by Mouton’s ex-managing director, Hervé Berland, who left the first growth this spring.

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