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Jean D. Nouailhac

Editor in chief
As a newspaper editor for nearly 40 years, inventor and creator of new editorial concepts for consumer and specialist magazines (from "Onze" or "Première" created 35 years ago to "3 Etoiles" 8 years ago and "Vigneron" today), Jean Nouailhac is an entrepreneur who has always managed his own publications. Specialist fields : sports, leisure, cinema, culture, lifestyle.
 

Orianne Nouailhac

Associate Publisher
Former editor of a classical music magazine, "Piano Magazine", and a journalist for the cultural program by Franz-Olivier Giesbert, CEO of the weekly "Le Point", Orianne Nouailhac today focuses on gastronomy and wine. She is editor in chief of the prestigious magazine dedicated to famous chefs, "3 Étoiles", and co-director of the magazine "Vigneron".
 

Bernard Burtschy

Contributing Editor
Bernard Burtschy writes a wine column in "Le Figaro" every Thursday. He has successively worked as much on many titles in the French press ("La Revue du Vin de France", "Gault & Millau", "L'Amateur de cigare", "L'Amateur de bordeaux", "Paris-Match", "Vigneron", etc.) as he has in the foreign press ("Wands" in Japan and "Feinschmecker" in Germany). He is also a permanent member of the European Grand Jury and Senior Vice President of the Wine Press Association. He has written and contributed to numerous books and wine guides.
 

GĂ©rard Margeon

Columnist
A native of Beaune, GĂ©rard Margeon was not just fated to work with wine. The passion caught up with him very quickly and in 1981 he became a sommelier. In 1994, chef Alain Ducasse asked him to replenish the cellar of Louis XV, the Hotel de Paris restaurant in Monaco. It proved to be a winning gamble and was the start of a long collaboration: GĂ©rard Margeon is the head sommelier of the Ducasse group. From Tokyo to New York, he leads a team of thirty sommeliers, more than 35 wine menus from top-class restaurants for around 5,000 different labels.
 

Jean-François Chaigneau

Journalist
Jean-François Chaigneau has spent his entire career working at "Paris-Match"; 40 years as a special correspondent and then deputy editor in chief in charge of major and prestigious features and special issues. As creator of the wine section of "Paris-Match" 20 years ago, he has developed his expertise: good food and wine, lifestyle, adventure, art and Egyptology. Today he works with "Match", "Le Figaro" and "Vigneron".
 

Sylvie Bonin

Journalist
Sylvie Bonin has a varied background as a journalist ("Madame Figaro", "Version Femina", "Le Pèlerin"...), editor (Nathan, Atlas) and writer, notably as an author of novels and books about Paris. Specialising in social and lifestyle issues, she has worked from the start at "3 Etoiles" and "Vigneron", proud of her Burgundy and winemaker roots.
 

LĂ©a Delpont

Journalist
Léa Delpont was raised in Gascony, the land of foie gras and Armagnac. She began at "L'Express" in 2001, with a strong appetite for the gourmet section from the off. In 2004 she moved to London, writing on other topics for "Le Figaro Magazine", "Côté Ouest", "Liaisons Sociales", "Point de Vue" and "Air France Magazine"... Returning to France in 2007, she settled in Marseille and resumed her work with "L'Express" and her gourmet writing for the Guide Gantié, "3 Etoiles" and "Vigneron".
 

Deborah Rudetzki

Journalist
Deborah Rudetzki has travelled throughout the world of gastronomy and vineyards for over ten years. She has published three books on wines and spirits : "Des boissons et des hommes" (2008, Grand Prix Spirit), "Les Plus Grands Vins d'Europe" (2009, Best European Wine Book), "Apéro attitude" (2010). As both journalist and author, she is very adept at bringing her readers along with her on a journey.
 

Gianni Villa

Photographer
Family photo albums in leather that had cracked with being looked at too often inspired this primary school teacher who started out in black and white photography, Gianni Villa is focused more on rock and works with the Tambours du Bronx troupe. With his first Leica R8 film camera, he became aware that creating images was second nature to him. Following several exhibitions for Fnac stores in France, he started out, with "3 Etoiles", in culinary photography and then worked with "L'Express" and "Vigneron".
 

François Poincet

Photographer
Former photojournalist for the Sygma agency where he worked for 15 years, François Poincet founded the Occitmedia agency in 1994. Based in Bordeaux, he has photographed the most famous châteaux - Yquem, Cheval Blanc, Lafite Rothschild, Margaux, etc. - and regional vineyards for such renowned publications as "Wine Spectator", "Decanter", "La Revue du Vin de France", "Planet Vins et Spiritueux", and of course, "Vigneron".
 

Philippe Martineau

Photographer
A photographer specialised in wines, gastronomy, he travels the whole world to capture images of the most spectacular winemaking landscapes and the most talented winemakers, Philippe Martineau has notably provided photographs for three great books: "Les Plus Grands Vins d'Europe" (World Cookbook Award), "Des boissons et des hommes" (Grand Prix Spirit) and "Apéro attitude". As a photography teacher, he also works for numerous magazines specialising in lifestyle.
 

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