Wine Institute of California

425 Market Street, Suite 1000, 94105 San Francisco, CA
USA

Telephone +1 415 5120151
Europe@discovercaliforniawines.com

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Wine Institute of California

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19.03.2017

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Seminar Program Prowein 2017: California Pavilion, Hall 09 booth A06 - Limit:28 seats

Registration: www.california-prowein.com

Seminar Program

Take a road trip through California and “visit” six wine growing regions: Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Lodi, Monterey, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara.

Sunday, March 19

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Chardonnay

A comprehensive look at micro-climate influences and winemaking styles of Chardonnay from four different areas of Sonoma County. Featuring Donelan, Rodney Strong, Inman and Carol Shelton Wines.

11:00   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

12:30   Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

15:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Dry Creek Vineyard, Keller Estate, DeLoach Vineyards and Carol Shelton Wines.

18:15   The Institute of Masters of Wine

Information session about the MW program. More information via www.mastersofwine.org.
 
Monday, March 20

9:30     Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Taste of Sonoma: Pinot Noir

From the cool influence of the Pacific Ocean to the warm summer days by the Russian River, discover a variety of Pinot Noirs, featuring La Crema, Keller Estate, Buena Vista & Inman Family Wines.

15:30   Santa Barbara – Sun, Sea, Soil.

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Santa Barbara wine region. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

Tuesday, March 21

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Cabernet Sauvignon

A look into the winemaking styles of legendary producers of Cabernet Sauvignon in Sonoma County. Featuring Kunde Family Winery, Dry Creek Vineyard, Silver Oak and Rodney Strong Vineyard

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Chalk Hill Estates, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Donelan Family Wines and Ferrari-Carano Vineyards.

15:30   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

 All seminars are held in English, are 30 minutes long and have only 28 seats, registrations via www.california-prowein.com

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20.03.2017

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Seminar Program Prowein 2017: California Pavilion, Hall 09 booth A06 - Limit:28 seats

Registration: www.california-prowein.com

Seminar Program

Take a road trip through California and “visit” six wine growing regions: Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Lodi, Monterey, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara.

Sunday, March 19

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Chardonnay

A comprehensive look at micro-climate influences and winemaking styles of Chardonnay from four different areas of Sonoma County. Featuring Donelan, Rodney Strong, Inman and Carol Shelton Wines.

11:00   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

12:30   Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

15:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Dry Creek Vineyard, Keller Estate, DeLoach Vineyards and Carol Shelton Wines.

18:15   The Institute of Masters of Wine

Information session about the MW program. More information via www.mastersofwine.org.
 
Monday, March 20

9:30     Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Taste of Sonoma: Pinot Noir

From the cool influence of the Pacific Ocean to the warm summer days by the Russian River, discover a variety of Pinot Noirs, featuring La Crema, Keller Estate, Buena Vista & Inman Family Wines.

15:30   Santa Barbara – Sun, Sea, Soil.

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Santa Barbara wine region. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

Tuesday, March 21

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Cabernet Sauvignon

A look into the winemaking styles of legendary producers of Cabernet Sauvignon in Sonoma County. Featuring Kunde Family Winery, Dry Creek Vineyard, Silver Oak and Rodney Strong Vineyard

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Chalk Hill Estates, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Donelan Family Wines and Ferrari-Carano Vineyards.

15:30   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

 All seminars are held in English, are 30 minutes long and have only 28 seats, registrations via www.california-prowein.com

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21.03.2017

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Seminar Program Prowein 2017: California Pavilion, Hall 09 booth A06 - Limit:28 seats

Registration: www.california-prowein.com

Seminar Program

Take a road trip through California and “visit” six wine growing regions: Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Lodi, Monterey, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara.

Sunday, March 19

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Chardonnay

A comprehensive look at micro-climate influences and winemaking styles of Chardonnay from four different areas of Sonoma County. Featuring Donelan, Rodney Strong, Inman and Carol Shelton Wines.

11:00   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

12:30   Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

15:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Dry Creek Vineyard, Keller Estate, DeLoach Vineyards and Carol Shelton Wines.

18:15   The Institute of Masters of Wine

Information session about the MW program. More information via www.mastersofwine.org.
 
Monday, March 20

9:30     Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Taste of Sonoma: Pinot Noir

From the cool influence of the Pacific Ocean to the warm summer days by the Russian River, discover a variety of Pinot Noirs, featuring La Crema, Keller Estate, Buena Vista & Inman Family Wines.

15:30   Santa Barbara – Sun, Sea, Soil.

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Santa Barbara wine region. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

Tuesday, March 21

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Cabernet Sauvignon

A look into the winemaking styles of legendary producers of Cabernet Sauvignon in Sonoma County. Featuring Kunde Family Winery, Dry Creek Vineyard, Silver Oak and Rodney Strong Vineyard

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Chalk Hill Estates, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Donelan Family Wines and Ferrari-Carano Vineyards.

15:30   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

 All seminars are held in English, are 30 minutes long and have only 28 seats, registrations via www.california-prowein.com

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Jan 3, 2017

Seminar Program Prowein 2017: California Pavilion, Hall 09 booth A06 - Limit:28 seats

Registration: www.california-prowein.com

Seminar Program

Take a road trip through California and “visit” six wine growing regions: Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Lodi, Monterey, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara.

Sunday, March 19

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Chardonnay

A comprehensive look at micro-climate influences and winemaking styles of Chardonnay from four different areas of Sonoma County. Featuring Donelan, Rodney Strong, Inman and Carol Shelton Wines.

11:00   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

12:30   Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

15:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Dry Creek Vineyard, Keller Estate, DeLoach Vineyards and Carol Shelton Wines.

18:15   The Institute of Masters of Wine

Information session about the MW program. More information via www.mastersofwine.org.
 
Monday, March 20

9:30     Monterey

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Monterey wine region, home of Pebble Beach, Big Sur and Carmel. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Taste of Sonoma: Pinot Noir

From the cool influence of the Pacific Ocean to the warm summer days by the Russian River, discover a variety of Pinot Noirs, featuring La Crema, Keller Estate, Buena Vista & Inman Family Wines.

15:30   Santa Barbara – Sun, Sea, Soil.

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Santa Barbara wine region. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

17:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

Tuesday, March 21

9:30     Taste of Sonoma: Cabernet Sauvignon

A look into the winemaking styles of legendary producers of Cabernet Sauvignon in Sonoma County. Featuring Kunde Family Winery, Dry Creek Vineyard, Silver Oak and Rodney Strong Vineyard

11:00   Napa Valley Rocks

Napa Valley stands for wines of the highest quality, cultivated with excellence in one of the world’s most extraordinary places. Join us to explore the soil, climate and people behind the region.

12:30   Lodi Rules

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals of the Lodi wine region, located between San Francisco Bay and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

14:00   Sonoma County: A Sense of Place

An exploration of regional, varietal & winemaking diversity of Sonoma County. Featuring Chalk Hill Estates, Seghesio Family Vineyards, Donelan Family Wines and Ferrari-Carano Vineyards.

15:30   Paso Robles

Seminar & tasting of signature varietals from the Paso Robles wine region, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Presented by Claudia Schug Schütz, DipWSET, Education Ambassador. 

 All seminars are held in English, are 30 minutes long and have only 28 seats, registrations via www.california-prowein.com

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Wine Institute is an association of 1,000 California wineries and wine-related businesses that initiate and advocate public policy to enhance the environment for the responsible production, consumption and enjoyment of wine.

The organization contributes to the economic and environmental vitality of California and the U.S. through leadership in sustainable winegrowing, an international marketing program that promotes awareness of and appreciation for California wines throughout the world, and a partnership with Visit California to showcase the state’s diverse and abundant wine and food offerings.

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