2024 General Assembly: new projects and an expanded board of directors

It was in a cold suitable for extracting the finest lees that the general assembly of Vignerons de Normandie met. Warmly welcomed in the new cellar of the Prevost-Angwin estate, in Ferrières Haut Clocher (27), the Norman winegrowers were able to take stock of the actions carried out over the past 2 years and debate the new roadmap.

Creation of “territories”: each member will be able to join one of the 3 geographical (and geological) zones: Armorique-Cotentin, Normandy center and Val de Seine. The objective is to encourage meetings through greater proximity, and to offer shared equipment.

The 3 major commissions (cellar, grape varieties and training) presented their progress.

This work reassured the assembly of the importance of launching the file for the creation of one or more IGPs in Normandy -> this point will be the roadmap for the years to come.

Finally, the new board of directors was increased to 12 members + 1 substitute.

At the end of the AGM, the office was appointed. Edouard Capron was reappointed as president. 2 vice-presidents and 1 deputy were elected: Delphine Angwin (for the professional college) and Philippe Rivals (for the heritage college), supported by the experience of Benoit Hue as deputy. Olivier Malaval and Xavier Gandon were reappointed to the positions of treasurer and general secretary.

Thanks to Matt and Delphine Angwin for their welcome.

For information, the Prevost-Angwin estate made its first harvests in 2023. The vinification of Floréal, Chardonnay, Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier and Chenin is underway.