André Lurton announces new appointments

Vignobles André Lurton has made several key appointments to its viticultural and winemaking teams.

CRUEGE-Vincent_mediumChristian Siutat has been made group vineyard director and Vincent Cruege (pictured) group winemaking director while current technical director, Michel Gaillard, will retire on 1 April this year.

Director general of the group, Pascal Lefaucheur, explained: “This strategic reorganisation prepares the succession of Michel Gaillard, who is preparing to retire on 1 April 2014.

“The contribution of Vincent Cruege and Christian Siutat to André Lurton for over 20 years is well known, as is their professionalism in organising our production. They and their staff will now be in charge of implementing our multiannual plan, aimed at ensuring the perfect quality of our entire range and the excellence of our great growths.

“Michel Gaillard will continue as technical consultant, together with our consulting oenologists, Mr Dubordieu and Mr Rolland”.

 

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