Anchored in the strong identity and tradition of Bordeaux, the young winemakers of Bordeaux are tackling climate change, applying new vineyard and cellar techniques and working together to safeguard their iconic terroir for future generations.
Join Mary Gorman-McAdams, MW and meet some of the young winemakers tending to the future of Bordeaux’s wine-growing region.
Axel Marchal, lead researcher on terroir and taste at the University of Bordeaux
“Bordeaux is more open-minded today. The young generation is questioning a lot and willing to produce wines that are in-line with modern consumers.”
Daisy Sichel, 7th generation at her family’s estate, Château Angludet
“My uncle decided twenty years ago to go completely biodynamic. My generation believes in these measures to protect quality for future generations.”
Isabelle Chéty, 16th generation winemaker Château Mercier
“Most of us have traveled all around the world. Knowledge of other wine regions and collective research allows us to recreate the best conditions at our family estates.”
Jean-Antoine Nony, 3rd generation owner and winegrower at Château Grand Mayne
“Our generation is more concerned with the preservation of the environment. The respect and awareness of environmental pursuits.”
This webinar is part of the How the Experts Tackle Bordeaux virtual learning series.