Diam Bouchage joins the IMW’s international supporter community
We are pleased to announce Diam Bouchage have joined the Institute of Masters of Wine’s (IMW) international supporter community.
Diam Bouchage are a manufacturer of wine and champagne cork closures based in Céret, France. Established in 2003, Diam have worked tirelessly to champion their key values of security, consistency, and choice. Specialising in cork “de-aromatisation”, an exclusive patented process, Diam proudly produces the only cork closures that are sensorially neutral, free from the molecules that cause cork taint.
Diam Bouchage joins the IMW to celebrate and promote excellence in wine, and their mission to protect and conserve wines supports this mission.
Dominique Tourniex, CEO of Diam Bouchage, commented: “For nearly twenty years, Diam Bouchage has sought to find innovative solutions to master oxygen and time, as your students are working very hard to become masters of wine. We are very proud to join the IMW supporter family and to share the same passion for wine.”
Julian Gore-Booth, Executive Director of the IMW has said: “The IMW is delighted to welcome Diam Bouchage as a supporter and we look forward to working together. Determining how best to seal a wine is hugely important and we share Diam’s passion for this element of the winemakers’ journey and for disseminating this knowledge.”
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About the Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW)
The IMW is a membership organisation with an exceptional international reputation. For almost 70 years, its members – the Masters of Wine (MWs) – have been at the forefront of leadership and expertise in the world of wine. The IMW’s mission is to promote excellence, interaction and learning across all sectors of the global wine community. MWs prove their comprehensive understanding of wine by passing the MW exam, recognised worldwide for its rigour and exacting standards. In addition to passing the exam, members must sign the code of conduct before they are entitled to use the initials MW. This requires them to uphold the highest standards of commercial conduct within the industry. Today, there are 414 Masters of Wine working in 30 countries. The membership encompasses winemakers, sommeliers, buyers, journalists, shippers, consultants, viticulturalists, academics, educators and more. There are 307 students from 36 countries in the 2022-23 MW study programme. The IMW works with 34 supporters and two research and industry associates, who help promote the IMW’s mission. The five principal supporters are Austrian Wine, AXA Millésimes, Constellation Brands, the Madame Bollinger Foundation, and Waitrose and Partners.