As part of its commitment to providing a constant source of fresh wine education resources, Wine Scholar Guild (WSG) is pleased to present The Wines of Tomorrow, a three-part online series debuting on WSG Studio on 7th June, featuring conservations with winemakers, thinkers and innovators who are redefining wine.
Hosted by Michelle Bouffard, a Montreal-based sommelier, wine educator, journalist, and founder of Tasting Climate Change, the first episode features her candid chat with Andrea Mullineux, winemaker and co-owner of Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines in South Africa, who talks about her personal story of resilience and commitment to sustainability in the face of economic and social changes, as well as the ongoing global struggle against climate change.
“For the last 18 years, Wine Scholar Guild has been recognized as the leading provider of specialised certification programs on the wines of France, Italy and Spain,” says Preston Mohr, Director of Sales & Marketing at WSG since March 2022. “But we are equally recognized as being the pioneer in online wine education through our dynamic distance-learning platform which features hundreds of webinars and interactive e-learning modules led by the world’s leading wine experts. The Wines of Tomorrow is an exciting new online series that underscores our commitment to creating the most innovative wine education resources available on the market.”
Additional episodes of The Wines of Tomorrow will air live on 11th October and 6th December.
To add the June 7th episode to your calendar, visit The Wines of Tomorrow on WSG Studio.