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Events: Upcoming Events
The Changing Vine: Climate Change and Washington Wine SpecialEventTuesday, August 4, 2015 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Pacific)
Humans have been cultivating wine for 8,000 years. In fact, climatologists learned of Europe’s historical climate from several hundred years ago through the detailed notes of European vintners. In recent years we’ve learned much more about the potential impacts that climate change may have on wine production globally, and it is a stark picture: after honing their craft for hundreds of years, some of the most notable wine regions in the world may cease to support the varietals that have made them famous.
Washington State wine is a relative newcomer to the wine world, but is also a rising star. Production has doubled in the last twelve years, while the quality of Washington wine stands out -- Washington has the highest percentage of wines rated 90 points or above compared to most major wine regions (source: Wine Spectator). As we’re in the midst of the third year of an exceptionally warm growing season, join E2 at DeLille Cellars to hear more about what may be in store for Washington State wine in the medium to long-term.
This discussion will be followed by a wine tasting in the DeLille Cellars Carriage House Tasting Room.
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Carriage House Tasting Room
14421 Woodinville-Redmond Rd NE
Space is very limited. Please contact Rebecca Deehr at email@example.com to inquire about attendance or if you have questions about this event.
Partner Event: VERGE 2015, October 26-29 (San Jose, CA) SpecialEventMonday, October 26, 2015
When: October 26-29, 2015
Where: The Fairmont Hotel in downtown San Jose, CA
VERGE focuses on the technologies and systems that accelerate sustainability solutions across sectors in a climate-constrained world. It focuses on transformative but practical, scalable, solutions-oriented exchanges through seven program tracks: Grid 2.0, Next-Gen Buildings, Smart Cities, Food & Ag Tech, Sustainable Water Systems, Connected Transportation, and Intelligent Supply Chains. Participants come from a broad range of sectors and job functions, including buildings and facilities, fleets, IT, energy, sustainability, strategy, policymakers and the public sector. Save 10% on registration with our discount code V15E2 here: http://grn.bz/v15e2.