After a first experience with the vines of Bordeaux in the 1980s, Pascal Oddo is rejuvenating his passion for wine thanks to Oddo Vins & Domaines.
Associate of Vasgos— a family investment holding company— since 2015, Lorraine Oddo also heads the commercial and international development of Oddo Vins & Domaines.
Head of non-financial activities for the Edmond de Rothschild group since 1989, Bertrand Otto joined Oddo Vins & Domaines in June 2017 as an associate and head of viticultural activity.
Matthier Bosser started his career trading raw materials (sugar, coffee, cocoa) based first in Paris, then in Switzerland for 13 years. During his time abroad, he created a wine import and distribution company that he eventually sold in 2014. The son of a trader with a natural entrepreneurial spirit, his desire to explore the production side of the trade inspired him to leave finance in 2015 and create the first winemaking cellar in Paris: Les Vignerons Parisiens. Today, the cellar produces 6 different organic wines, distributed to a high-end network of restaurateurs and wine merchants in France and abroad.
Cellar master of the prestigious Franco-South African estate Rupert & Rothschild for 20 years, Schalk Joubert now manages the Cordoba estate of Oddo Vins & Domaines, where he contributes to the production of exceptional wines.
After studying agricultural engineering at the University of Salamanca in Spain, Isabel obtained a masters’ degree in viticulture and oenology at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, and was already harvesting grapes before the end of her studies. She then began working as the manager of Habla for 3 years, harvesting in countries such as South Africa and Australia before joining the Laguardia Estate in Rioja in August of 2018.
Heir to many generations of vintners in Provence, Romain Baehni manages the Vallon des Glauges in the Alpilles mountains, where he produces an elegant rosé wine.
Oenologist and winemaking consultant, Florent Dumeau earned his stripes in Bordeaux before exporting his expertise around the world, from Spain to South Africa.
Hélène was born into a family of Buzet winegrowers in 1957 near Agen. After studying linguistics and culture in Bordeaux— spending a year abroad in Scotland— she obtained her first job at the FAO in Rome (the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization) in 1981. Returning to Bordeaux, she began working for an export-oriented wine merchant in 1987. In 1995, she joined the Edmond de Rothschild group where she remained head of sales for 23 years, charged with marketing Château Clarke as well as the group’s other domains around the world. In May of 2018, Hélène joined Oddo Vins et Domaines and Diva to help boost their commercial development.
President – DIVA
After obtaining a degree in political science in Bordeaux, then managing cinemas in the 80s, Jean Pierre Rousseau joined the trading company DIVA in 1987, specializing in the distribution of exceptional fine wines as well as small, high quality wines and internationally renowned wines. Today, he is president of the company. An art collector and friend of the Bordeaux museums, he is president of Les Amis du Rocher de Palmer, a socially-conscious theatre, and is treasurer of the Bordeaux Wine Academy. He created “Wine & Art Overseas” to reconcile his two passions and share them through many disciplines. DIVA aims to give its customers the best that wine can offer. DIVA is proud to be able to show call corners of the globe the particular know-how of wine artisans who are passionate about their trade. With 92% of its activity in export, DIVA Bordeaux is a crucial partner in distributing the best wines in Bordeaux and the world to more than 50 countries— especially in Asia and the Americas.