Did you enjoy reading our Great Debate blog on The Future of Appellations by Andrew Jefford and Robert Jospeh?
We followed up their written debate with a WSG Live episode and encouraged participants to share their opinion or ask their questions directly to Robert and Andrew. No matter what side of the debate you are on, appellation system defender or critic, this is the chance for you to hear from both sides of the argument!
So take a look at the debate before you watch this episode of WSG Live!
Our continuing education program welcomes Mary Gorman, MW, for a webinar delving into the new EU wine laws...
IGP and AOP - The new EU wine classification system. What has really changed and what does it mean for the consumer and for wine educators? The session aims to explain the changes, what they mean and how they translate in the wine regions of France.
Mary Gorman-McAdams is a Master of Wine. She is also the recipient of the 2011 Errazuriz Award for the Outstanding Business of Wine Paper in the MW exams.
She also holds the WSET Diploma from the Wine & spirits Education Trust, London.
Mary is a WSET Educator at the International Wine Center, New York City, wine columnist for the highly popular blog and website www.thekitchn.com, freelance wine writer and wine judge. She is on the tasting panel of Vitis.com, a popular wine daily deal site. She has also been a tasting panelist for Wine Enthusiast and Wine & Spirits Magazines.
Prior to her life in wine, Mary held various senior international marketing positions in Ireland and France and lectured in International Marketing Strategy at University College Dublin Graduate Business School. Mary has a BA (Honors) in Languages and International Marketing from Dublin City University and an MBS (First Class Honors) from the University College Dublin (UCD) Graduate School of Business.