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Discover Hall 9, A06-C16

Join us in our California Barn and learn more
about our wines in one of the 17 seminars.

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You may register for a maximum of 3 seminars
Sunday, March 15(All seminars are 30 minutes, Limited entry, only 32 seats)
9:30 SONOMA - Sense of Place: Chardonnay
A comparative look at four different Chardonnays across Sonoma County that illustrate the range, breadth, and versatility of the region’s multiple AVAs. Featuring Coursey Graves, Pellegrini Wine Co., Rodney Strong Vineyards and Three Sticks Winery.
11:00 NAPA VALLEY – Overview of the region
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 and taste a selection of four wines that represent its quality and diversity.
12:30 LODI – Sustainable Lodi
Lodi is a pioneer in sustainability and a leader in caring for land and community. Environmental stewardship and care of people are at the heart of the LODI RULES for Sustainable Winegrowing. Discover four of our sustainably produced wines.
14:00 SONOMA - Taste of Sonoma: Regional Diversity
From fog covered valleys to elevations over 700 meter above sea level, Sonoma County’s diverse topography and soils create beautifully curated and unique wines. Featuring DuMOL, Donelan Family Wines, Dry Creek Vineyard and Francis Ford Coppola.
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15:30 OAKVILLE, NAPA VALLEY
An exploration of the various subzones within this region and a tasting of four exquisite wines from Western Slope Oakville (Harlan 2016 and 1996), Western Bench Oakville (MacDonald, from the To Kalon Vineyard) and Eastern Slope Oakville (Dalla Valle Maya). Presented by Elaine Chukan Brown (California specialist at JancisRobinson.com, writer for Wine & Spirits Magazine and Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews).
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17:00 NAPA VALLEY – Comparative Cabernet Sauvignon tasting
Join us to explore the diversity of Cabernet Sauvignon, the region’s signature variety. You’ll try four different Cabernet Sauvignons sourced from vineyards in diff erent areas of the valley.
Monday, March 16(All seminars are 30 minutes, Limited entry, only 32 seats)
9:30 LODI - Historic Lodi Zinfandel
Lodi is a historic place where old vines continue to grow and thrive for over 100 years. Come and taste four old vine Zinfandels to experience the evolution of our iconic grape variety.
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11:00 SANTA BARBARA COUNTY - Diversity in Pinot Noir
The Santa Barbara wine region has a unique geography with the only valley in California wine country that runs sideways, so from East to West. This creates climate conditions perfect for world-class cool climate wines. Join Konstantin Baum MW and winemaker Gavin Chanin as they present a range of Santa Barbara’s most iconic Pinot Noirs from from the vineyards of the Santa Maria and Santa Ynez Valleys, Santa Rita Hills and Los Olivos.
12:30 NAPA VALLEY – Beyond Cabernet Sauvignon
12:30 NAPA VALLEY – Beyond Cabernet Sauvignon Next to Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley grows more than 40 diff erent varieties, everything from Albariño to Zinfandel. Explore what our climatic, elevation and soil diversity delivers in this tasting of four diff erent varieties of the region.
14:00 SONOMA - Sense of Place: Pinot Noir
Experience the diverse micro-climates and geography of Sonoma County by indulging in four AVA (American Viticultural Area‘s) distinctive, high-quality Pinot Noirs. Featuring: Du Mol, Donelan Family Wines, Schug Carneros Estate Winery and Three Sticks Winery.
15:30 Lodi - Exploring Lodi AVA‘s
Lodi is one of California’s most significant winegrowing regions delivering over 20% of all winegrapes in California. Tasting four wines from sub-appellations will give you an insight into our diverse wine growing landscape.
17:00 NAPA VALLEY – High altitude Cabernet Sauvignon
Join us to explore Cabernet Sauvignon wines from hillside vineyards from Napa Valley’s mountain AVAs. During this seminar, you’ll be able to compare four wines from different parts of the valley to experience the diversity of the region.
Tuesday, March 17(All seminars are 30 minutes, Limited entry, only 32 seats)
9:30 LODI - Diverse Lodi
Lodi’s growth and recognition by some of the world’s top sommeliers, critics and writers is no accident. It is based on history and diverse growing conditions of 100+ grape varieties. Explore the diversity of Lodi and taste our less known grape varieties.
11:00 SONOMA - A Walk Through Russian River Valley
Join us for a tasting through Sonoma County’s best known and most beloved varietals from the AVA that sets the standard for California wines: Russian River Valley. Featuring: Pellegrini Wine Co., Ramey, Seghesio Family Vineyards, and Twomey.
12:30 NAPA VALLEY – Overview of the region
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 and taste a selection of four wines that represent its quality and diversity.
14:00 LODI – Petite Sirah
Nearly 50% of California’s Petite Sirah thrives in Lodi. Explore this bold & beautiful grape variety by tasting four Petite Sirah wines.
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15:30 SONOMA - Taste of Sonoma: Classic Varietals
With Sonoma County’s diverse microclimates, over 64 grape varietals are grown including of course the classics. Featuring: Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet Franc, Cannonball Eleven Merlot, Coursey Graves Cabernet/Merlot blend and Ferrari-Carano Cabernet Sauvignon.

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