Jérémy Cukierman has been a wine merchant in Paris for over 15 years, working with wine producers from all over the world and developing a privileged relationship with many prestigious winegrowers. After passing his WSET Diploma in 2012, Jérémy became Master of Wine in 2017 and won the 2017 Madame Bollinger Prize for the best performance in tasting at the exam of the Masters of Wine Institute.

Jérémy trains French sommeliers who are candidates for international sommelier competitions. He is also a consultant and advises, among others, a Japanese airline company in its wine selection. At the same time, he leads conferences on international vineyards and climate change, the subject of his research paper for the Master of Wine exam.

Since July 2018, Jérémy has been director of the Kedge Wine School, the wine and spirits department of Kedge Business School. Each year the school trains more than 300 international students in wine professions and brings together many researchers specializing in the wine industry. Jérémy writes for various French and international publications. He is the author of the book “Vignerons Essentiels,” a work which traces the history of 26 winegrowers from all over the world who have shaken things up, for which he won the Clos Vougeot ‘Books in Vine’ prize and the OIV prize.

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