“It's a chance to taste with some of the world’s greatest winemakers at work today, all from the comfort of your own home,” says Wine & Spirits editor Joshua Greene.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) August 26, 2020
For 16 years, the Top 100 Tasting in San Francisco has brought together winemakers, importers, distributors, retailers, restaurateurs and wine-savvy consumers for a night of exceptional wine, food and celebration.
This year, Wine & Spirits is taking the Top 100 Tasting virtual! We are excited to introduce the Top 100 Sessions.
Each 30-minute Session will feature two Top 100 winemakers, inviting attendees to taste along with them as they discuss their top-scoring wines with Wine & Spirits editors and guest sommeliers. “It's a chance to taste with some of the world’s greatest winemakers at work today, all from the comfort of your own home” says Wine & Spirits editor Joshua Greene.
Wine & Spirits’ Top 100 Sessions are a benefit for Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation, supporting restaurant workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As in the past, the event will also support NY/NJ Baykeeper and San Francisco Baykeeper, working to sustain the health and integrity of the Hudson-River and SF Bay-Area watersheds.
Save the date and join us at the Top 100 Sessions this October 14 through 23.
Session Passes will go on sale mid-September.
The Top 100 Wineries of 2020 will be announced on September 16, 2020.
Sponsorship opportunities are available; if you would like to sponsor the 2020 Top 100 Sessions, please contact Louise Nightingale at email@example.com or 213.629.0200 ext. 101.
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Founded in 1982, Wine & Spirits is published seven times a year and read by over 200,000 members of America’s wine community. Consumers and wine professionals read the magazine for information on established and up-and-coming regions and producers, the art and science of viticulture, industry happenings and food-and-wine pairing. Wine & Spirits, the only wine publication to win the James Beard award five times for excellence in wine writing, evaluates more than 11,500 bottlings every year.