Marion Demossier is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Southampton, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics. She has conducted ethnography in Burgundy over the last three decades and has published extensively on terroir, wine culture and globalisation. She has also conducted fieldwork in Champagne, Bordeaux, Jura and Languedoc, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland and the UK. Her most recent publication is a monograph ‘Burgundy: A Global Anthropology of Place and Taste’ published by Berghann (2018). Her current project lies with both the politics of wine heritage, and climate change. She is currently co-editing a Routledge handbook of Wine Culture (publication date 2021).