Dienstag, 21. Mai 2024, 16:30:49

Pierrick Guillaume wechselt als Distillery Manager von Caol Ila zu Lagavulin

Sein Nachfolger bei Caol Ila wird der momentane Nachfolger von Colin Gordon, Pierricks Vorgänger, bei Port Ellen Maltings

Nachdem Colin Gordon von Lagavulin zu Ardbeg als Distillery Manager wechselte, nachdem Mickey Heads sich aus dem operativen Geschäft zurückzieht, dreht sich das Personalkarussell auf Islay munter weiter. Wie Diageo heute bekanntgab, wechselt der derzeitige Distillery Manager von Caol Ila, Pierrick Guillaume, in die gleiche Position bei Lagavulin – dessen Posten bei Caol Ila übernimmt nun Samuel Hale, der zur Zeit die ehemalige Position von Colin Gordon als Manager der Port Ellen Maltings innehat. Damit ist diese Position unseres Wissens nach momentan vakant.

Pierrick Guillaume kam von Mortlach und Talisker 2017 zu Caol Ila.

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A new manager has been appointed to run the iconic Lagavulin Distillery on Islay, it was announced today.

Pierrick Guillaume will make the short journey from the Caol Ila Distillery at the other side of Islay, where he is currently the manager, to take up the coveted role running one of Scotch whisky’s most revered distilleries.

The promotion marks the latest step in an eight-year Diageo career for Pierrick that has already involved roles at great Scotch distilleries as Mortlach and Talisker distilleries.

Since moving to Islay to manage Caol Ila in 2017, Pierrick has built his reputation as a distiller and a passionate whisky brand ambassador, honing the skills that he will now take to one of the most prestigious distilling jobs in the world of whisky.

On his appointment, Pierrick said:

“It is a great honour to be asked to take on the role of Lagavulin Distillery Manager. Lagavulin is a whisky that is revered around the world and it’s a great privilege to be joining the outstanding team that makes this exceptional Scotch whisky and I can’t wait to get started.”

Pierrick’s role at Caol Ila will be taken on by Samuel Hale who is currently manager of Diageo’s Port Ellen Maltings on Islay.

Sean Priestley, Diageo Senior Manager on Islay, said:

“We’re lucky to have such a strong team of whisky makers on Islay and I’m delighted that after doing a great job at Caol Ila, Pierrick is now moving to Lagavulin.”

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