Happy New Year to all. The Wine Economist World Tour is back on the road in 2018. I’m looking forward to speaking at regional wine industry meetings in Washington, Idaho, and Colorado, plus the big national meeting in Sacramento.
Here are World Tour stops for January and February 2018.
- The World Tour comes to Grand Junction, Colorado where I will be speaking at the VinCO Conference & Trade Show January 15-18. I’ll be giving three talks: “Secrets of the World’s Most Respected Wine Regions,” “The Future of Small Wineries,” and “Around the World in Eighty Wines.” Looking forward to meeting everyone and learning more about the Colorado wine industry.
- Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. January 23-25, 2018 , Sacramento California. I will be moderating and speaking at the “State of the Industry” session on January 24. It looks like this year’s discussion will be especially interesting and informative. I hope you can attend.
- Washington Winegrowers convention and trade show February 6-8, 2018 in Kennewick, Washington. I will be speaking at the “State of the Industry” session on the morning of February 7.
- The Idaho Wine Commission’s annual meeting will be on February 13-15 in Boise. I will be speaking about global trends and local impacts on the morning of February 14.
- Local meets global: I’ll talk about “Around the World in Eighty Wines” from the vineyard point of view at a special evening meeting of the Tacoma Garden Club on February 21, 2018.
Hope to see you at one of these events or somewhere else down the wine road in 2018.
Look Forward to seeing and hearing Mike speak in Idaho!
On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 2:01 AM, The Wine Economist wrote:
> Mike Veseth posted: “Happy New Year to all. The Wine Economist World Tour > is back on the road in 2018. I’m looking forward to speaking at regional > wine industry meetings in Washington, Idaho, and Colorado, plus the big > national meeting in Sacramento. Here are World Tour stop” >