Jean-Louis Escudier, a famous winemaker in China, but ignored in France

At the age of 69, as a scientist, he calculated that he had five years left to continue working with a keen mind on the latest advances in research. That’s why he works and writes at home, in the La Clape massif, in Armisa, between Narbonne and the sea.

Little is known in France Jean Luis Escudier is one of the world ‘s winemaking popes. And without DNO, please. For twelve years, an INRAE ​​researcher, an OIV expert, led the Pech Rouge de Gruissan experimental unit, one of the world’s sites for targeted research into viticulture and viticulture.

Jean-Louis Escudi received the Pope in China

The Chinese went faster. In the Napa Valley, China, Escudier receives the Nobel Prize. The first edition of his book, co-authored with ecophysiologist Alena Carbono, won a compelling 1st place.

It is both friends who publish an updated edition of their opus in March

. The book, which will soon be translated into Chinese, summarizes the latest innovations in viticulture and viticulture …

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