Jérôme Baudouin new editor-in-chief of RVF

Wednesday February 12 2020 by Vitisphere

 Jérôme Baudouin has been appointed editor-in-chief of the RVF at a challenging moment in the publication’s history. Jérôme Baudouin has been appointed editor-in-chief of the RVF at a challenging moment in the publication’s history. - Photo credit : RVF

As the magazine's editor-in-chief also charged with running the website, Jérôme Baudouin will also support the Revue du Vin de France’s “diversification, with a particular focus on education”. The RVF has recently invested in a new school, the RVF Academy, and is focusing on new events projects (cruises, tasting weekends, development of the RVF Academy, etc.). Jérôme Baudouin is to report to editorial director Denis Saverot

Jérôme Baudouin began writing for the RVF in 1999 during a trip to China. His first articles covered wine regions in far-flung locations. In 2001, he became the Bordeaux correspondent for the Revue du Vin de France, where he wrote many investigative articles (about the anti-alcohol movement, Bordeaux classifications, pesticides, etc.) and was then tasked with producing special issues and wine supplements for various titles”, stated a press release.

 

Jérôme Baudouin has been appointed editor-in-chief of the RVF at a challenging moment in the publication’s history.

 

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