Wine and climate change: a panel for The Nature Conservancy (free wine!)

Are you interested in climate change and wine? How about a free tasting of natural and organic wines? Then you need to put March 18 at 7 PM on your calendar and come to West 26th St.

I’ll be joining a panel to benefit The Nature Conservancy. Dominique Bachelet, director of climate change science at The Nature Conservancy, and Scott Pactor, owner of Appellation Wine & Spirits, and I will be on the panel. The wines will be provided courtesy of the excellent importer/distributor Michael Skurnik.

Even though the event is free and open to the public, you’ll need to register because space is limited. I hope to see many of you there!

“Message in a Barrel: Drinking Wine in a Changing Climate.” Details and registration.

In other Dr. Vino green news, there are still a few spaces left in my afternoon seminar at UC Berkeley (but held in their SF SoMa location) on Saturday, February 23. “Red, white and green wine: can you taste the difference?Image: istockphoto.

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4 Responses to “Wine and climate change: a panel for The Nature Conservancy (free wine!)”

  1. hallo sir ……….i have intrese in u r projet ………..thank u
    my ulternate email ID is waiting for u r reply

  2. hello tyler,

    it seems Dorothy anf John have some good news in regard to local wines. I guess Italy has a head start and America is following too. I’ll definitely plan to be at the lecture and hopefully meet you there.

  3. Thanks for the link, Aditya–and the day before the paper version, no less! Glad John and Dottie are thinking local.

    See you next month!

  4. […] findings, my op-ed in the NYT suggesting a local drink, and be sure to come to the March 18 free talk and tasting benefiting The Nature Conservancy! Hope to see you there! Permalink | Share This | announcements, green wine This entry was posted […]


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