ARENI kicks off the 2021 Salon at Larkmead series and discusses the evolution of Fine Wine consumers with our very own Pauline Vicard joining Dan Petroski, Dr. Liz Thach, MW, Rob McMillan and Kinsey Grant.
Celia Tunc is Secretary General of Collége Culinaire de France – France’s Culinary College. The association, founded by 18 of the most renowned and influential French chefs – including Alain Ducasse, Joel Robuchon and Paul Bocuse – aims to represent, promote and transmit artisanal culinary heritage through tradition and innovation. Celia emerges from a year that shook France’s relationships to gastronomy, restaurants, producers and winemakers, with the belief that the future of the world requires a new relationship to food, based on craftsmanship and diversity.
We meet popular food writer Alicia Kennedy, who is currently at work on a history of veganism, to be published in 2022. We discuss food and the many issues surrounding it, from politics and labour to hospitality and sourcing. In exploring what the future holds for ingredients, recipes and the restaurant experience, we consider their impact on the future of restaurants and their wine lists.
ARENI rencontre Véronique Pardo, anthropologiste alimentaire et directrice de l’Observatoire CNIEL des Habitudes Alimentaires. Avec elle, nous abordons les questions des valeurs sous-jacentes qui nourrissent nos modeles alimentaires et ce que les récentes tendances nous permettent de deviner sur le futur de nos sociétés, et sur la place des Grands Vins au sein de tout cela.
We meet Véronique Pardo, food anthropologist and director of France’s Observatoire des habitudes alimentaires (Eating Habits Observatory). We discussed with her the values that eaters hold today and how the current crisis has changed some of the foundations of our food systems, and of course, what it means for Fine Wine.
Constanze Stelzenmüller is a Senior Fellow – Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution, a German international relations analyst, policy and law scholar, and journalist.
In this riveting interview, she discusses how recent events and international politics are likely to impact the global future, including the future for trade and prosperity.
This week we meet French researcher Emile Servan Schreiber to discuss the power of collective intelligence, and the different ways to harness, measure and maximise the efficiency of our joined brains. As we navigate our way through the “wisdom of crowds”, we also explore how women and diversity can help build better and smarter organisations.