Sunday, November 13, 2011

Washington Wine Technical Group

Washington Wine Technical Group

The Washington Wine Technical Group improves the quality of Washington State wines through education, fosters fellowship and understanding between wineries, aids members in technical problem-solving, and encourages enological and viticultural research
Fall 2011

Dear Colleague:

Will you join us? 

Do you have training or experience in enology or viticulture?  A bachelor’s, graduate or equivalent degree?  Professionally employed in commercial production, technology, or research or have experience in commercial production, technology or research?  If so, the WWTG wants you!

If this sounds like you (and we think it does), please join today.  We need your support to put on our educational events and networking opportunities. 

The Washington Wine Technical Group exists to improve the quality of Washington State wines through education; foster fellowship and understanding between wineries; aid members in technical problem solving; and encourage enological and viticultural research.   

Based on your input, the Washington Wine Technical Group is planning an active and educational calendar for 2012. Take a look at this line-up:  
Base Camp

Participation at WAWGG Convention
            -Education Committee
  -Session Manager(s)
  -“Friends” booth

Tasting Event (Syrah)
Held at Kestrel, Prosser

Workshop on 2011 Vintage

Annual Seminar

Tasting Event (Riesling)
Held at Long Shadows, Walla Walla

2013 Planning and Board election

We’ve got a great year planned so please help us help you by joining the WWTG for 2012!

As a bonus, if you join before January you’ll save $30 off the regular 2012 membership rate!

Thanks for your support,

Chair, Kendall Mix, Goose Ridge Vineyards
Vice Chair, Katie Nelson, Ste Michelle Wine Estates
Treasurer, Marie-Eve Gilla, Forgeron Cellars
Board Member, Paula Eakin, Columbia Crest
Board Member, Gordy Hill, Coventry Vale
Board Member, Katy Perry, Tildio Winery

PS - We’re looking for committee members to help out with the events listed above…let us know if you’re interested in playing a part!

Washington Wine Technical Group  |  PO Box 745, Cashmere, WA  98815  |  Phone: 509-782-1200  |  Fax: 509-782-1203

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