Supported by its network of alumni and experts and its close relationship with the major players in the wine growing and production sector, INSEEC Wine & Spirits Institute has developed its programs around three main axes: professional, international and technical.
Our programs are designed to give students the international dimension necessary in this rapidly developing sector, confronted with the new factor of global competition.
sponsor, class of 2016.
Director and oenologist of the family run Domaine GUIGAL-AMPUIS, he is the 3rd generation to work successfully in the development and prestige of the Rhône Valley wines.
sponsor, class of 2015.
Owner of 11 domaines in the Languedoc, Gerard Bertrand is close to the movement 'Bio and Biodynamic' and seeks to associate his wines to a certain "way of life" around jazz, gastronomy, etc.
sponsor, class of 2014.
Owner and director of the prestigious Domaine de Romanee Conti, he supported the candidature of Climats de Bourgogne as a UNESCO's World Heritage Site and takes part in the fight against wine counterfeiting.
sponsor, class of 2013.
As head of the family company Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA, the leading exporter of AOC Bordeaux wines, she has raised the appeal of Mouton Rothschild to new hights.
sponsor, class of 2012.
Owner of the domaine La Cantina di Gaja, and leading figure of Italian wine, Angelo Gaja has contributed to the international reputation of Piedmontese wines.
sponsor, class of 2011.
CEO of the prestigious family run champagne house, Pierre Emmanuel Taittinger came to present his company and brand strategy in a conference.
sponsor, class of 2010.
As head of The Chapoutier establishment, Michel Chapoutier came to present the history of his seven generation family owned wine business from the Rhone Valley.
sponsor, class of 2009.
A major player on the world market for wine, beer and carbonated drinks, operating in 80 countries, the Castel Group, under chairman Pierre Castel, is France's leading wine merchant, with such Bordeaux names as Baron de Lestac and Malesan, and the leading seller of beer in Africa with Flag Spéciale and Castel Beer.
sponsor, class of 2008.
Celebrated oenologist and winemarker, Michel Rolland is well known not only on the Bordeaux scene, but all over the world, particularly in Italy, the United States, Argentina, etc..
This program is a 1st step in the wine and spirits sector. It provides the foundation for a strong business culture. It is delivered in French/English or fully in English.Learn more
The objective of this MBA program is to equip the students with the business and technical skills in order to work as highly qualified executives in the wine sector. The students acquire essential knowledge in management, law and management, and develop a strong business culture.Learn more
This one-year program allows students to acquerire a valued managerial expertise in the spirits industry to meet the market needs. It is delivered in Bordeaux from October to January, then on the London Campus in Frebruary and March.Learn more
These seminars teach the wine and spirits tasting techniques, with an interactive and concrete method. They are open to all people interested in the wine and spirits business (students, individuals or professionals) and are delivered in French or in English, in Bordeaux, Paris and London.Learn more