For the fourth generation which is quietly preparing to take the company’s reins, best practice has been to go elsewhere to prove their skills.
Great Britain, USA, China, New Zealand, Tasmania or South Africa, everyone has travelled and got involved in projects with foreign contacts or sometimes in other roles without a direct link with the company.
Each experience has deepened their technical skills, their understanding of the markets where they have been able to take away the benefits for the Moutard winery.
There is no birthright here. Between brothers and cousins, the jobs have been distributed based on skills. When you know someone well, it is easier to identify their qualities, faults and values . Respect is also an essential value for the success of the company.
This is why all members of the Moutard family look in the same direction: development and creating cuvées in their image of perfectionism and their love for their job.