KEDGE Wine School is a team who works daily to guarantee its students a path of excellence.
The programme team, composed of 7 people, relies on a team of teacher-researchers to train future managers in the food, wine, spirits, restaurant, hotel and tourism sectors.
Jérémy Cukierman MW
Master of Wine since 2017 and holder of the WSET Diploma since 2012, Jeremy Cukierman is KEDGE Wine School director. He has been working for nearly fifteen years with more than 200 winemakers from France and abroad. He started his career in the wine world as a wine merchant, with boutiques in Paris, and an event agency. As a consultant for private clients and companies in the wine industry, he writes for the French magazine Vigneron and the Italian magazine Civiltà del Bere. He is also the author of "Vignerons Essentiels", a book that has already been awarded several literary prizes.
Master of Wine is the most prestigious distinction in the world of wine. This extremely selective examination includes a series of blind tastings (36 wines), a theoretical part (14 essays) and a 'research paper'. A Master of Wine must be able to deal with the issues of viticulture as well as the marketing and sociology of wine. There are currently only 409 Masters of Wine in the world. Jeremy Cukierman is one of the seven French Masters of Wine. He has also won the Madame Bollinger medal for his excellent results in the Masters of Wine Institute's tasting exam.
In charge of the programmes, Isabelle manages more specifically the MSc Wine & Spirits Management and the MSc Wine & Spirits on the Bordeaux campus.
Programme Manager, Aurore is a new recruit on the Paris campus. She manages the development of the Wine and Spirits Management programme on the Paris campus and is in charge of the MSc Wine & Hospitality programme, launched in partnership with EHL.
Yann is in charge of the CAVES programme which is starting on the Bordeaux campus. He is also working on the development of new specializations in Bachelor's programmes.
As Corporate Relations Manager, Patrice works closely with industry professionals to develop partnerships for KEDGE Wine School. He also assists students in their search for internships and work-study programmes.
Catherine is the pedagogical coordinator. She is notably in charge of the MSV Management of Wines and Spirits programme and the MSc Wine & Spirits.
Elodie is in charge of communication for the entire KEDGE Wine School, she also manages the CAVES programme.
Pierre is in charge of pedagogical coordination on the Paris campus. In particular, he is in charge of the MVS Wine & Spirits Management programme and the MSc Wine & Hospitality Management.