One of the aspects that makes Sonoma County unique are the amazing families that are an integral part of the wine community. Many of the founding families in wine are still producing great wines today with several generations participating in the business. Get to know these experts and their fresh takes on classic techniques. Hear about their golden memories in the process, hear about an old wine from their family’s cellar and fall in love with Sonoma County wine all over again!
Moderator: Lise Asimont, Viticulturalist at Lise Asimont Winegrowing, Farm Manager at Prudential, Adjunct Faculty at Santa Rosa Junior College and Viticulturalist at Dot Wines
Scroll down for list of panelists below. In addition to these speakers, Alan Ramey of Ramey Cellars will join the panel.
About Alan Ramey:
Alan fell in love with wine while studying abroad at Oxford. Starting in the cellar, Alan went on to work harvests at Neyen/Veramonte in Chile and at Domaine Méo-Camuzet in Burgundy, before settling back home in Sonoma County, where he is involved in most aspects of the family business. He participates in winemaking decisions, learns from his father, David Ramey, and the winemaking team, represents the winery on the road and takes care of various aspects of the general business.