The policy of supporting the teams that make up the Bollinger Group is closely linked to our CSR strategy and its first pillar focuses on people.
The “well-being and commitment” surveys, and the ensuing action plans, ensure that we maintain a close relationship with our employees that encourages listening and discussion, in order to offer them a secure and fulfilling working environment.
In line with our values, it is very important to us to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion in our Houses. Each employee is fully integrated into the Group, and is invited to express themselves through healthy, constructive dialogue.
(The last in-house cooper in Champagne)
« I am very proud of being the last barrel maker present in a champagne House.
I also really appreciate feeling involved in the House’s projects: everybody can share their knowledge and expertise, which is a great source of wealth compared to my previous job. »
« Each year, it’s like a new child we raise: we create it during the winemaking process, we raise it during the maturing process, trying to give it a certain path, and we bottle it when we feel that it is complete. And every year, it’s a challenge for which I give all my soul. »
« Beyond the technical aspect of our profession, which is very enriching and always in motion (climatic adaptation, technical evolution…), the human dimension is very important to me; I try to make sure that each person is involved and recognized in order to put forward a work that can only be carried out properly within a team focused on the same values and objectives. »
« After a one and a half month internship with Delamain’s cellar master, Dominque Touteau, I was immediately won over by the House’s totally artisan production. You feel really connected to nature, history, teamwork that spans the generations. »
DIRECTOR OF CHAMPAGNE BOLLINGER UK & GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS MENTZENDORFF
« Champagne Bollinger is a fine wine steeped in heritage and craftmanship, the exciting part of my role is gift wrapping all this incredible brand heritage and DNA and positionning it within the luxury consumer segment. »