SONOMA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Registration for Bordeaux in America: The Climate Disruption, a forum for luxury winegrowers and vineyard and winery owners, closes today, Thursday, May 24th, 2018. Click here to register for the event.
Register by end of the day on Thursday, May 24, 2018 to secure your spot at this one of a kind event.
This forum will answer the probing questions that are facing luxury winegrowers today, such as:
- What will the varietal makeup look like in your vineyard in 2050?
- How will rapidly changing weather patterns impact phenology dates?
- What extreme weather events can we expect over the next 30 years?
- What can we do now to protect our winegrowing investment for the future?
This Year’s Sessions Include:
- Keynote Address: “Climate, Grapes and Wine: Sustainability in a Variable and Changing Climate” Dr. Greg Jones, Linfield College
- “Economic Repercussions of Continued Climate Change on Luxury Wine” Dr. Dan Sumner, UC Davis
- “Effects of Extreme Heat and Drought on Grapevine Phenology and Varietal Suitability” Dr. Elizabeth Wolkovich, University of British Columbia
- “Future Assymetric Warming Over Coastal California - What Can We Predict?” Dr. Daniel Cayan, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UC San Diego
The event will be held at Ramekins Event Center and Culinary School, just steps away from the historic Sonoma Plaza.
About the Conference
Bordeaux in America: The Climate Disruption was organized to start meaningful discussions between stakeholders in the California wine industry and the top climate scientists, economists and thought leaders to find a way forward to preserve its place as the center of quality in the wine industry. For more information, visit https://bordeaux-in-america.com
Enologix, Inc. is the leading wine analytics service in Napa Valley. Enologix has deep expertise in flavor and fragrance chemistry and has a proven track record of leveraging this information to help transform wine companies into 90-plus-point brands and increasing volume to 30,000 cases. New York Times Sunday Magazine, Wired and other New York media have covered the company.