Doctor in history (Yale, USA), Azélina Jaboulet-Vercherre holds a quadruple degree (art history, archeology, literature, history).
This pluridisciplinarity gives her classes and conferences all over the world a unique scope: Yale University, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Unesco Chair Culture and Traditions of Wine, Sciences Po Paris, HEC Executive Education, Villa Rabelais European Institute of Food History and Cultures.
Oenophile by nature, Azélina Jaboulet-Vercherre has adopted an historical and literary approach to evoke wine. She offers a sensorial and intellectual journey to its aficionados. This medieval historian keeps searching for texts likely to illuminate the thought and uses of wine over time.
She also develops an innovative approach to wine as she emphasizes on the harmony between wine, art, music, emotion and feelings. In her books philosophers, agronomists, theologians, poets, troubadours and prose writers meet around the cup which gives drunkenness.
Publications : Florilège de discours savants sur le vin; The Physician, The Drinker and The Drunk; Le Vin, entre Nature et Culture; Accords Hommes et Vins : quand le vin nous rend meilleurs.