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Acclaimed French Winemaker Opens Consultancy in Okanagan Valley

Pascal Madevon Signature[Penticton, BC] –  After 30 years as head winemaker of prestigious Bordeaux and Okanagan estates, Pascal Madevon is excited to announce the start of a new chapter: the launch of his vineyard management and winemaking consultancy.

Through his new venture, Pascal Madevon Signature Ltd., the classically trained expert viticulturist and oenologist will continue to work at the forefront of the Okanagan’s wine industry. Madevon emigrated to the Okanagan Valley from Bordeaux, France in 2001 to forge the legacy of Osoyoos Larose’s critically-acclaimed wines.

In 2013, he joined Culmina Family Estate Winery to craft terroir-driven, 90+ point wines with the Triggs Family. With the launch of the new consultancy, Culmina will be Madevon’s first client.

“We are delighted to support Pascal in his new venture, and look forward to his continued contribution to Culmina Family Estate Winery in the future,” says Donald Triggs, co-proprietor & principal.

As of June 1, 2016, Pascal Madevon Signature Ltd. will advise Canadian wineries regarding terroir, vineyard management, winemaking, and the marketing of red, white, and rosé wines.

“The potential, the spirit of a wine emerges from its terroir, but there is also an important human element that drives a wine’s final creation,” says Madevon. “I am eager to work with passionate proprietors and winemakers who, like me, are looking to unleash the true signature of each and every wine.”

Established in 2016, Pascal Madevon Signature Ltd. is a vineyard and winery consultancy company based in the Okanagan Valley. Through the venture, director Pascal Madevon offers professional advice on vineyard management, wine production, and commercialization.

Pascal Madevon Signature Ltd.
701 Nelson Avenue, Penticton, BC V2A 2L6 | [email protected]
250-488-8497 | pascalmadevon.ca

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