Jérémy Cukierman, MW


Kedge Wine School



Jeremy Cukierman, MW has been a wine merchant in Paris for more than 15 years. Through his wine business he works with more than two hundred wine producers from all around the world.
WSET Diploma in 2012, Jeremy Cukierman then became a Master of Wine in 2017 and the recipient of the Madame Bollinger award, the same year, for his outstanding performance in tasting in the Institute of Masters of Wine examination. Since then, Jeremy Cukierman trains French sommeliers who compete in the international sommeliers contests. He also consults for private clients and companies, notably for a Japanese airline company.
Since July 2018, Jeremy Cukierman is the director of the Kedge Wine School, the wine & spirits department of Kedge Business School, with more than 300 students attending wine programs every year. Jeremy also lectures in conferences on international vineyards, but also on climate change, which was the topic of his research paper in the Master of Wine examination and of his second book.
Additionally, Jeremy Cukierman writes for different French and international publications, including la Revue du Vin de France for which he is member of the tasting committee. He is the author of the book “Vignerons Essentiels” which tells the story of 26 vignerons who made a mark on wine history, a book for which he won the best wine book award at the Plumes d’or de la gastronomie et du vin, the OIV Award and the Clos Vougeot-Livres en Vigne Award. His latest book « Quel Vin pour Demain ? Le vin face aux défis climatiques » was released in September 2021.