Learn more about wine from the woman considered one of the world’s most influential wine experts as Jancis Robinson joins us for this very special class.
Named “the most respected wine critic and journalist in the world” by Decanter magazine, Robinson is an advisor to Queen Elizabeth II's wine cellar, the wine correspondent of the Financial Times, founding editor of The Oxford Companion to Wine, and founder and Editor in Chief of JancisRobinson.com. Robinson will spotlight the wines of the United States (the world’s fourth most important wine producer) while exploring the chief growing regions of California, Washington, and Oregon, as well as other burgeoning American wine regions and sustainability issues and initiatives within the wine industry. What should you look for in buying and appreciating America’s best wines? How is the bottle weight affecting the experience and the planet?
Uncork your curiosity and learn from this global wine authority.
Our co-presenters, Kitchen Arts and Letters, are offering signed copies of The World Atlas of Wine: 8th Edition for purchase to registrants of this class.
This program will take place live with an opportunity to interact with the instructor and be recorded and available for later viewing by those who register.