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10 Nov 2021

Welcome to The Wine Conversation, a podcast created for people who love wines and hosted by Sarah Kemp, the Publisher and Managing Director of Decanter, famous worldwide media, for over a quarter of a century. In this podcast, Sarah or her co-conversationalists will talk about stories with great names behind labels, discuss regions and vintages with world expert and will bring you around the world to find the best spots to enjoy a glass of wine.

Jane Anson talks to Jeremy Cukierman MW, who has just released a new book in French entitled Quel vin pour demain? Le vin face aux défis climatiques, which in English translates to Which wine for tomorrow? Wine facing climatic challenges.

Jeremy wrote the book with Michelle Bouffard, stage-two MW student and founder of the international symposium Tasting Climate Change, and Hervé Quénol, climatologist and research director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.

Jeremy tells Jane how he became enamoured with wine and left his career as a media planner 15 years ago to become a wine merchant and then educator and author. Today he lives in Paris and is the director of the Kedge Wine School (which has campuses across France and overseas) and introduced courses on sustainability and climate change.

In conversation with Jeremy Cukierman MW : Climate Change