Climate change will inevitably affect the way the world produces crops. Winegrowers who farm grapes, a particularly sensitive crop, are already feeling those effects. From hotter summers and warmer winters to all sorts of unexpected weather events stemming from climate change, vignerons have been on the frontline of the battle.
Tune in to hear three of our founding members discuss the impact climate change is having on wine-growing worldwide.
Anne Krebiehl MW is one of the foremost experts on German wine and editor-in-chief at Falstaff International, a prestigious quarterly magazine and digital platform dedicated to food, travel and wine. She is author of the award-winning book The Wines of Germany and former contributing editor to Wine Enthusiast for Austria, Alsace, Burgundy and England.
Recognized as @the.wine.girl by collectors and wine enthusiasts world-wide, Jana's social media presence and wine communication skills have opened doors into many diverse areas of the wine, television and tourism industries. She is a WSET Diploma holder and has experience from the soil up after working for one of Germany's leading wineries in the vineyards, cellar and export department, Weingut am Stein.
One of Argentina’s brightest wine talents, Valentina Litman, DipWSET (@valentinalitman) is an award-winning sommelier with experience spanning across continents. She worked at Martín Berasategui restaurant in Lasarte-Oria, Spain, becoming the 'Best Sommelier in the Basque Country' and led the wine team at Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt Buenos Aires. Today, she is fulfilling her dream of starting her own winery project with a friend, learning the art of winemaking in Catalonia, Penedes and is proudly serving as Head of Community at Club dVIN.