Mikaël Pierre holds a PhD in history from the University of Newcastle, Australia and University Bordeaux Montaigne. He
focuses his research on wine history and transnational connections. He has published several works on the wine trade in Bordeaux
and French-Australian transfers.
Julie McIntyre is a senior lecturer in Australian history at the University of Newcastle. She has published widely on wine,
as recognised with honours including an International Organisation of Vine and Wine: OIV Jury "Special Mention for History"
and a Fulbright Scholarship to University of California (Davis).
Corinne Marache is professor of contemporary history at University Bordeaux Montaigne. Specialist in societies and rural
areas, she devotes part of her research to terroirs and local products. She has published, in particular, with S. Lachaud
and B. Bodinier, Men, Landscapes and Territories of Wine (2014).
Stéphanie Lachaud-Martin is a lecturer in modern history at the University Bordeaux Montaigne. She is specialist in rural
and wine history of the 17th and 18th centuries in France, after a doctorate on the Sauternes vineyard and the direction of
several books on the wine world.