The LINE Hotel, Ballroom 3
presented by United States Association of Cider Makers
Climate change has the potential to affect nearly every aspect of life on Earth, but agriculture is an especially vulnerable and important victim. The climate’s effect on winemaking is already being felt in some regions, while others worriedly brace for its creeping impact. The traditional character of wine associated with some of these regions is shifting even now. Taste through a number of wines and hear directly from affected winemakers in this intriguing session.
- Jordan Salcito, RAMONA (Moderator)
- Randall Graham, Bonny Doon Vineyard
- Devon Broglie