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Artémis Domaines has partnered with the Gérard Basset Foundation to offer Liquid Icons on the new Golden Vines® Victims dispute scholarship.

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May 23, 2022 | London, UK, Paris, France – Artemis Domaine, owner of the famous Château Latour, Clos de Tart, Domaine Dugenie, Château Grilletto and Aisle Vineyard, is today qualified in partnership with the Gerard Bassett Foundation and Liquid Icons. Announcing a new scholarship program to help experts in the wine industry. Victims of war and geopolitical conflict. Artémis Domaines Golden Vines® Victims of Conflict Scholarships provides five scholars with six months of on-site training in viticulture and viticulture in prestigious estates. An application window for these new scholarships has been opened. Applicants can apply online from today to July 4, 2022 at https://liquidicons.com/work/the-artemis-domaines-golden-vines-victims-of-conflict-scholarships.

The scholarship will be equally funded by Artémis Domaines and the Gérard Basset Foundation in partnership with Liquid Icons. Château Latour, Clos de Tart, Domaine Dugeny, Château Grilletto in France and Aisle Vineyard in Napa Valley in the United States will all participate in the program. Each of the five scholarships is worth up to € 20,000. Ian Harris MBE DipWSET, representing the Gérard Basset Foundation, Hélène Génin, technical director of Château Latour, and Jean Garandeau of Artémis Domaines form the scholarship program review committee.

Frédéric Engerer, CEO of Artémis Domaines, commented: Therefore, we are pleased to partner with the Gérard Basset Foundation and Liquid Icons to help our highly devastated colleagues recover and provide opportunities to benefit from incredible learning opportunities. You will be in a wonderful estate that we are lucky enough to own and manage. ”

Lewis Chester Dip WSET of Liquid Icons and Head of Financing for the Gérard Basset Foundation said: About learning work. Artémis Domaines has a collection of unrivaled fine wine estates where anyone interested in the wine industry can bite your arm and work. We are very proud that Artémis Domaines has agreed to work with us to help devoted wine experts who have been victims of conflict in their country regain their dignity and chosen career path. I am honored to think. “

About the Gerard Bassett Foundation

The Gerard Bassett Foundation is established to respect the legacy and memory of the Gerard Bassett OBE MW MS by addressing the most pressing issues of the wine industry through education, training and mentorship, leading the industry as a councilor. It consists of an interdisciplinary team of experts. Romane Bassett, Ian Harris MBE DipWSET, and Jancis Robinson OBEMW.

https://gerardbassetfoundation.org

About liquid icons

Liquid Icons is an excellent wine research and content production company founded by two friends to “do something with wine”. The late Gerard Busset OBE MWMS and Lewis Chester Dip WSET. We create top-notch original content and research the world’s finest wines and spirits. Our work includes film, industry research, recognition and celebration of wine and spirit excellence, philanthropic and funding activities, and educational initiatives.

https://liquidicons.com

About Artémis Domaines

Artemis Domaine, the wine holding company of the Pinault family, owns Pauillac First Growth Chateau Latour, Moresandoni’s Clod Tart, Vosne-Romanee’s Domaine de Genie, Rhone Valley Chateau Grillet and Ice Le Vineyard. Napa Valley, California.

https://www.groupeartemis.com/en/categorie-participations/artemis-domaines

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