This is a must attend event, they have been beneficial to many students…
A friendly reminder that the Professional Development Center is having its annual Lunch with a Leader program in the Janet Lefler Dining Room (Namm 215) on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 11:45 am- 1:30 pm.
Karen Elizaga, a top executive coach and author, works to inspire, motivate and empower clients and readers to achieve optimal performance and success in their business and personal lives. Karen started her career as a corporate lawyer, working for a top firm in New York, and moved on to the executive teams of two technology start-ups in London, England. After years of long hours and little self-satisfaction, she decided to switch gears and pursue what truly fulfilled her. Listening to her instincts, Karen founded a business she was truly passionate about, Forward Options. She is also the board chair of Womankind, a 35 year-old non-profit organization, which works with survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual violence, focusing on the refuge, recovery and renewal of these survivors.
Please remind your student if they can attend to RSVP with their full name by 12 noon on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 to email@example.com , CityTechConnect or contact us at 718-260-5050. This invitation is not transferable to others. This is a professional networking opportunity for students; no sneakers, jeans, t-shirts or caps allowed.
Seats are limited, so please encourage students to RSVP to secure a spot.
How to pronounce wine words: http://www.palmbaywines.com/wine_tips_pronunciation.asp
The region of Burgundy is rich in history and in wine that this is a much watch video.
Watch and Learn: Alsace is unique for so many reasons.
We spend a lot of time talking about frost, I thought this article could make the issue more real: http://www.winespectator.com/webfeature/show/id/Frost-Strikes-France’s-Burgundy-and-Loire-Wine-Regions
It is from seasons past but it made a significant impact in regions affected and is still being discussed among wine professionals.
There is a lot of valuable information about wine growing in Washington State. I recommend a watch: https://www.guildsomm.com/learn/videos/m/videos/16227
Analyze the wine label:
What does estate mean?
What is the AVA?
What is the grape variety and what is the minimum of that grape variety in the bottle?
At the 2015 Society of Wine Educators Conference, Will Costello, MS told the audience how New Zealand is a “land like no other,” during his presentations titled “New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc: Breakthrough Approaches and Individual Expressions.” You can download a copy of the presentation here: NZ Sauvignon Blanc presented by Will Costello
A question was asked in class about different wine makers coming together to make wine and I mentioned Opus One. Shortly after that day I arrived home to find this wine waiting to be tasted! The wine had an approachable deep dark fruit palette and a nose that matched, oak was evident but not nominant and it paired well with a pasta a meat sauce dish I made.
The link below will lead you to the story behind the collaboration.