There are still a few seats available for you and your colleagues to have lunch with New York Times wine critic, columnist and book author Eric Asimov.
Asimov will give the keynote address on the opening day of the 2017 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, Tuesday, January 24, at the Sheraton Grand Hotel. It’s a great way to kick off your three days of the Unified.
The Unified program kicks off on Tuesday with a luncheon and keynote speaker, and then on Wednesday and Thursday, morning general sessions will lead into the afternoon breakout sessions.
On Wednesday, the popular State of the Industry general session provides a comprehensive look at every aspect of the wine industry, from what’s being planted to what’s selling. Mike Veseth of The Wine Economist will moderate the session and will feature speakers Nat DiBuduo, Allied Grape Growers; Danny Brager, The Nielsen Company; and Glenn Proctor, Ciatti Company. This is the most highly attended session of the Unified, so you’ll want to get there early to get a seat.
Thursday’s general session, Adapt or Go Extinct: Removing Barriers to Our Industry’s Success, showcases speakers from both inside and outside the industry. The session promises to provide a basis for thinking about what you can do with your vineyard, winery or business to adapt for the future or go with your instincts. Either way, it’s about driving forward for success!
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