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Renaud Society Membership

Membership in the Renaud Society, a society of medical professionals with an interest in better health and a passion for wine, honors the legacy of Professor Serge Renaud, father of the French Paradox, supports wine & health research and education, and promotes the sharing of wine interests with your medical colleagues worldwide.

Membership Levels

Assigned at Acceptance

  • Patriarch (Maitre D'Honneur) - Namesake of the Society: Serge Renaud, PhD
    •   Ribbon - White Ribbon with Gold Trim
  • Maître - Officer of the Society
    •  Ribbon: Gold Ribbon with Royal Blue trim on Right arm and silver trim on Left arm
  • Commandeur General - Professional member who has been designated as the first member from a country outside of the US.
    •   May also be a Commandeur elevated to General status for extraordinary contributions to the community
    •   Ribbon - Burgundy color with Silver trim; Flag of Nation on Lower Right Arm
  • Commandeur -Professional member; Physician, Nurse, Industry professional
    •   Ribbon - Burgundy color with Royal Blue Trim
  • Chevalier - Honorary member of the society awarded to wine industry professionals, personalities, etc.
    •   Ribbon - Wine ribbon with green trim
  • Squire - Junior membership awarded to others who do not fall into above categories; limited membership benefits
    •   Ribbon - Green ribbon with wine trim

Pins

Pins of Approved Wine Societies

Pins of Society Events

Pin of Membership Status

Pins of Special Service to the Society

Renaud Society

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Initial membership cost: $180 includes two years of membership

Continued membership $65 every 2 years. Already a member? Renew here.

  • Price: $180.00
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"The enjoyment of wine is best celebrated among friends, family, and colleagues who, together, appreciate the value that wine brings to the table and to life. Wine is complex, and lends itself to study and contemplation. Wine preserves time and history beneath the cork, but, once consumed is gone forever."

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