What does the future hold for wine education?
A conversation to understand what it will take to create inclusive and enlightening learning experiences in today’s atomised and online world.
Two leading voices discuss curiosity and sense of responsibility when it comes to how we communicate around the complex topic of wine. Does language provide or hinder access to wine information? How does it relate to the assessment of wine and to regionalism, fundamental to traditional wine producing areas? Should there be a universal language in wine?
A conversation to explore the links between luxury, sociology, marketing and Fine Wine.
With Prof. Beverley Skeggs, we dive deep into behavioural science and the concepts of inclusivity and exclusivity, casting a different light on some of our ecosystem’s oldest battles and answering key questions on Fine Wine’s language, its symbolism and its struggle to break cultural norms.
German-born Marc Almert, ASI Best Sommelier in the World 2019, to discuss the Future of Hospitality and its Leadership. From reinventing guest experiences in a Covid-19 world to creating a truly inclusive environment, and inspiring staff and customers alike, Marc articulates a refreshing vision of the role of sommelier.
What is the current state of the relationship between the US and the EU? Can the rising tensions between the two friends be resolved or will the European Union need to plot a future where America is less relevant to its security? And how will these partners deal with the rise of China? How will that impact the Fine Wine trade?
With Xavier Rolet KBE, former CEO of the London Stock Exchange and 2017 Harvard Business Review 100 Best CEOs in the World, we take a bird’s eye view and explore the current situation’s global picture.
A conversation to understand how the changing worlds of finance, tech and international governance is and will impact both big and small players of the Fine Wine world.