2012 Wine and Wisdom Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join the World Trade Club for our second annual Wine & Wisdom event on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 from 4:00—7:00pm in the Ballroom at Wallingford's Wine World & Spirits, the Northwest’s largest wine retailer, located on the corner of I-5 and 45th.

Mike Veseth - Wine WarsSample wine and listen to our lively speaker Mike Veseth, The Wine Econonomist and author of the wine book of the year “Wine Wars: The Curse of the Blue Nun, the Miracle of Two Buck Chuck, and the Revenge of the Terroirists." Veseth will discuss the international market trends reshaping the world wine map and explain his “grape expectations” for the future of wine with special emphasis on globalization and international trade.

Two glasses of wine & appetizers included. Network with our international business leaders. Join the World Trade Club or our co-sponsor, Wine World & Spirits! Books available for sale and signing.

World Trade Club  |  Wine & Wisdom Series
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Wine World & Spirits
400 NE 45th Street, Seattle, WA  98105

4:00 pm - Registration & Networking
5:00 pm - Wine & Wisdom: Wine Wars Program
6:00 pm - Networking
7:00 pm - Close

Click Here to Register Today - Space is Limited!
$35 Members*
$45 Non-Members

$55 Member registration & autographed Wine Wars book
$65 Non-Member registration & autographed Wine Wars book

*World Trade Club and Contributing Sponsor Member receive the discounted Member Rate to attend

Hosted By:
World Trade Club

Contributing Sponsors:

Wine World   Seattle Uncorked     Kim Ricketts Book Events 

About the World Trade Club
Established in 1946, the World Trade Club is one of the oldest international trade organizations in Washington State.  Its members include the State's largest exporters and importers, as well as other service and product providers involved in international trade.  The Club's mission is to provide a forum for the business community to acquire practical skills for international business; process briefings on international trade issues; expand the understanding of business practices of U.S. trade partners; and develop long-term strategic contacts to advance international business.  The Club hosts regular events and seminars to provide in-depth information on specific issues of interest to its members.

For more information, visit the World Trade Club at www.worldtradeclub.net, or email us at info@worldtradeclub.net.