The third edition of TASTING CLIMATE CHANGE took place from November 8th until November 30th, 2021, in the form of 8 online conferences. We would like to thank our valued partners, without whom this edition would have not been possible: Wines from Spain, Advini, Wine & Spirits Magazine, Gérard Bertrand, VQA Wines of Ontario, E. & J. Gallo Winery, California Wines, Wines of Germany, New Zealand Wine, Jackson Family Wines, Vins de Provence, Gabriel Meffre, Amorim, InLab Studio, Austrian Wine, Benjamin Bridge, Nova Scotia, Wines of British Columbia, Arterra Wines Canada, Lilian Bérillon, Santa Margherita Gruppo Vinicolo, and Lallemand.
“The earth, itself, has changed, with climate shifts impacting both greater and lesser sites, often in unexpected ways. So, this past October, as I prepared a presentation for Michelle Bouffard’s Tasting Climate Change conference, I finalized plans with our team to shift to a new publishing model. (...) Our goal over time is to provide a sustainable, carbon-neutral voice for wines of a place. Our reporting will continue to consider how a changing climate may change these wines and to foster a community that shares our fascination with beautiful products of the earth”
- Joshua Green, Owner/Editor of Wine & Spirits Magazine