You are currently viewing the International Edition. You can also switch to the Hong Kong Edition.
Monday 6 July 2015

Cazes’ successor named

12th November, 2012 by Rupert Millar

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

If that's interesting, how about these?

Wimbledon serves up English wine

Organisers of this year’s Wimbledon have decided to offer tennis fans English more...

Louis Latour Agencies signs Gosset

Louis Latour Agencies marked its 25th anniversary last night with the more...

Cockburn’s wins the boat race

Cockburn’s has won the 2015 Barcos Rabelos race, featuring the boats that more...

Marketing and eCommerce Manager

London, United Kingdom

Competitive, includes equity options

Is Parker wrong about the 05 Médocs?

With no Médoc wines gaining 100-points in Robert Parker’s retrospective of more...

Bordeaux 2005: Biggest movers

Expectation surrounding the 2005s is building and pushing up prices for top more...

Constellation to buy Meiomi for $315m

Constellation Brands is to buy Napa-based wine brand Meiomi for $315 million, more...

Bordeaux 2005: 12 ‘perfect’ wines

Twelve wines have been given “perfect” 100-point ratings in Robert more...

En primeur: beware the heralded vintage?

From an investment point of view is it best to buy the “vintages of the more...

How to drink like a billionaire

With access to tropical islands, private yachts and the best food and drink more...

Supplier Relationship Manager

London, United Kingdom

Bordeaux wine thieves found guilty

A French court has sentenced 15 men over the audacious theft of $1.1 million of more...

Oddbins woos Naked staff with love letters

Oddbins has allegedly been sending love letters and bottles of wine to key more...

Santa Rita launching new Irish campaign

Chilean wine producer Santa Rita Estates is spending €500,000 on a new more...

PR Manager

Competitive

Vinadeis unveils Languedoc 'black diamonds'

One of France’s largest wine producers has launched a high-end Languedoc more...

World's best beer and wine festivals

Forget Glastonbury, these are the festivals you should be making a beeline for more...

Tour de l'Oc raises £30k for charity

Last month’s Tour de l’Oc bicycle challenge across France has raised over more...

Global Wine Buyer

London, United Kingdom

Competitive

English fizz attracts new deal

English sparkling wine producer Jenkyn Place has stepped up its ambitions by more...

Rise for Haut Bailly in Liv-ex 2015 classification

Liv-ex’s bi-annual “re-classification” of Bordeaux saw Haut Bailly leap more...

Champagne needs to 'create a new occasion'

Champagne needs to "create a new occasion" and better communicate its brand if more...

London Sales Manager / Key Account Manager

London, United Kingdom

Competitive - depending on skills and experience

Top 10 wines in the UK press

An English fizz fit for Wimbledon, a "chunky, berry-stuffed" Negroamaro and a more...

Diageo appoints North America president

Deirdre Mahlan, Diageo's chief financial officer, has been announced as the more...