Winemakers & know-how
160 personalities and 160 different experiences united around a joint project.
160 personalities and 160 different experiences. These men are gathered and organized around a working model in the vineyard. While respecting major qualitative codes, each winegrower brings its own touch and personality to its territory.
Supported by the experience of the elders, the younger generations are passionate about the vine. These young, knowledgeable winegrowers are very attached and concerned about the future of their vineyard. Focused on tomorrow, they grow their vines using environmentally friendly farming practices, for the wine lovers’ greatest delight.
Behind the scenes, in the cellar, in the office and in the field, high-performance teams:
Guillaume Bonzoms, Director and oenologist, has been the conductor of the Alma Cersius cellar since 2005. He has surrounded himself with experienced people to ensure the follow-up of the vineyard, to master the vinification, the blending of wines, the ageing and the bottling. In this environment of men, the feminine touch is more than present, since it constitutes 60% of the workforce. Women are also the foundations of the existing teams: production, quality, marketing, sales, sales administration..
Taken as a given, “Obviously, it is with a free spirit that the organization has been built up as we have grown. “The organization established itself as obvious and with a free spirit as we have grown. We have focused on the skills, qualities and values of each employee, in compliance with our corporate culture.”
Marc Robert, CEO of the Alma Cersius winegrowers’ cellar.