Ludivine Griveau is the first female wine director in the 474-year-history of the Domaine des Hospices de Beaune, Burgundy, France. An oenology graduate of the University of Dijon, Griveau has spent her working life in Burgundy. She is a real breath of fresh air at this ancient charitable foundation and makes the wines that are auctioned each year for charity.
The best advice I ever got
"Il faut penser à prendre le temps de répondre à tes besoins" "You have to think about taking time to meet your needs"
My life motto
From my parents: "Go ahead, the windscreen will always be bigger than the side mirror".
I am currently reading
L'Enigme de la Chambre 622 by Joel Dicker
My most played music track
Une Soeur de Grand Corps Malade – dedicated to my two sisters, Nathalie and Amélie, I love you two for ever.
Talkin' Bout a Revolution by Tracy Chapman
If I didn’t do my current job I would be
An osteopath? Who knows?
Skill I don’t currently possess but would like to have
My favourite kind of exercise
I relax while
I am on holidays with my family.
Shoes! Crazy about them!
My essential newspaper/magazine
My desert-island wine
I have learnt a lot from
My last meal and sip will be
Osso Bucco from Maman with a Corton Renardes.