Marrying tradition with technology is Grégory Brun's passion. When he started supporting the wine-growing programs of Delicato Family Vineyards in 2013, he brought a wide range of expertise with him - everything from the art of interpreting the complexities of ancient soil to the use of airborne imagery and remote sensing devices. He is currently discovering new Californian terroirs, developing precision farming, and promoting the future of sustainable viticulture.
Prior to his post at Delicato, Grégory built winemaking programs in Virginia and has been involved with world-renowned wineries such as Domaine Méo-Camuzet in Burgundy and Newton Vineyard in Napa Valley. Grégory has supported Swiss agronomical research in grapevine physiology, and led technical audits to help vineyards gain terroir recognition in French wine regions. He has also acted as a financial manager of wine businesses at Crédit Agricole bank, and supported the wine communities of the Burgundy region.
Grégory is an Engineer from the National French Institute of Agronomy, and holds a M.S. in Viticulture and Winemaking.