with Marc Hochar CHATEAU MUSAR: A LEGEND IN LEBANON Recorded Monday June 13th, 2022 at 10 AM Pacific Hosted by Catherine Bugue Chateau Musar is a study in contrasts…war and triumph, chaos and beauty, praise and obscurity. Although wine has been produced in Lebanon for 6,000 years, it was never recognized internationally until the pioneering work …
w/ Elaine Chukan Brown Recorded February 21, 2022 Elaine Chukan Brown serves as a writer, speaker, and educator specializing in wine, personal empowerment, and social justice. In 2022, she was appointed Executive Editor US of JancisRobinson.com, working in collaboration with Jancis Robinson to help lead coverage on wine especially in the United States and develop …
Climate change has affected the world’s most famous wine region – is that good or bad?
Learn how the Champagne region has modified the way it grows, produces, bottles, and exports its most prized asset. Instructor and Champagne expert Jess Helfand (Diploma WSET) guides us through everything from canopy management, harvest dates, bottle weight, and more.
Yes, we can tend to the planet while indulging in our favorite bubbly, and yes we can feel great about it!
We welcomed special guest presenter Matthew Kaner, Master of Wine Peter Marks, and Dhane Chesson representing the Rioja region. We also had the pleasure to present special messages from icons of the region – Alvaro Palacios of Palacios Remondo, Maria Urrutia of CVNE and Pablo de Simon of Valserrano.