The Board of Administration 2023-2026
Sandro Sartor started working in the wine/alcohol beverage sector in Cinzano in 1994 as Finance Director of the Italian Distribution Division (later part of Diageo plc). Throughout the years, Sandro evolved within Diageo, enlarging his responsibilities to a broader strategic/commercial role, and was appointed Managing Director of Diageo Italia in 2005. Subsequently, he became involved with Federvini, taking an active role in Responsible Drinking.
In 2011, Sandro was recruited by Constellation Brands (CB) to lead the integration of the newly acquired winery Ruffino. In this new role, he was elected to the Board of Unione Italiana Vini with a special focus on wine & health matters. In 2017, in addition to his position in Ruffino, Sandro was also appointed as Managing Director for the EMEA Region across the whole CB Wine and Spirits portfolio. Sandro was elected Vice President of Unione Italiana Vini in 2019 and President of Wine in Moderation in 2020.
Eduardo de Diego
Eduardo de Diego is currently the director of Communication and Institutional Relations in the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV), main association representing wine companies in the country, where he has been working since 2013. In 2015 he started to actively participate in Wine in Moderation as national coordinator of the program in Spain and FEV’s representative in the General Assembly and other bodies of WiM. Before becoming vice president of WiM, he was a substitute member of the Board in the previous term (2020-23).
In addition to the issues related to responsible consumption, he is also in charge of wine and health and wine tourism in the Spanish Wine Federation. He has also been collaborating since 2023 as a professor on social responsibility in the Master Degree of Wine Tourism at the International University of La Rioja (UNIR), very focused on explaining the development and application for the companies within the framework of the Wine in Moderation programme.
Besides Wine in Moderation, he also participates on behalf of FEV in different committees and working groups of organisations such as the Comité Européen des Entreprises Vins (CEEV), the Interprofessional body of Wine in Spain or the Spanish Federation of Food and Beverage Industries.
Marie Museux is Public Affairs Manager for Moët Hennessy, the leader of luxury wines and spirits with iconic Champagne Maisons such as Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, Ruinart, Dom Pérignon, Krug, and premium wines from all over the world.
An expert on Public Health and Consumer Information issues, she is also in charge of Moët Hennessy Responsible Marketing and Communication Code and of representing the group in Wine in Moderation.
Prior to joining Moët Hennessy in 2022, Marie worked almost 7 years for the wine and spirit sectors at European and national levels, in different roles at Pernod Ricard, Comité Vins and Spirits Europe. She represented the sector’s interests before decision-makers and relevant stakeholders on a wide variety of topics (taxation, consumer information, product regulation, public health, marketing).
Passionate about quality wines and spirits, their history, and the savoir-faire behind them, Marie is truly committed to defending and promoting a sustainable wine culture. Marie comes from Brittany in France and holds a Master's Degree in EU and WTO law from the University of Rennes.
Nadia is what we call a true European. Of Italian and Danish descent, Nadia was raised in Brussels surrounded by people from around the world. She holds a master’s degree in Corporate Communications and an advanced Master's in the “Interdisciplinary Analysis of European Integration”.
A true passionate about Europe and communications, Nadia trained in the European Commission and other European Associations before joining Wine in Moderation in 2013 where she has grown professionally.
Travelling has also always been a passion of hers and she has visited a number of countries, discovering at the same time beautiful wine regions around the world.
In 2020, Nadia became Secretary General of the association.
Languages: French, English, Italian, and a good knowledge of Danish, Spanish and Dutch.
Sofia Kottas Bonel
Raised mostly in Brussels and having lived in many different countries around Europe, Sofia is quite used to the multicultural and plurilingual environment of Wine in Moderation. After a master’s degree in European Studies and several jobs and internships in different fields of European affairs, she landed at the WiM Secretariat in 2016, where she holds the position of Community manager. In her free time, she used to read a lot but is now constantly chasing after a very active toddler while trying to focus on her part-time translation studies. She will help you with anything related to online registrations, so if you want information or have any questions, feel free to contact her.
Languages: Greek, Swedish, French, English, Spanish