Hello AWS /
Hope your holidays were wine friendly and discovered new wines.
A bit of nostalgia. Looking back 6 years (no, I'm not resigning), we held our first meeting and they became a fun, informational source of great wines and socially interactive. Very few groups could offer such a broad range of tastings plus education minus the sales pitch. We've had many great wine discussions related to tastings, winemaking, regions, styles, experiments, judging, food/wine pairings and much more. Our members created unique presentations that were educational, wine friendly, and hope we continue this tradition.
Last year was a year of firsts. As many of you know, I found contract work in San
Jose,CA and while there, discovered a wine school and passed the Certified Sommelier program. And at the AWS Conference, became a
Certified Wine Judge. Wine research, education and especially forwarding this knowledge has been a major drive.
I have an offer. Do you have burning (or smoldering) wine questions that need answers? Maybe a question relating to
viticulture, grapes, regions, winemaking, wine tasting, restaurant wines, wine service or food/wine pairings.
Well now is your time for answers! I'm creating an e-Book based on your wine questions. Submit 3 questions, and I'll compile those Q&A's plus additional information discovered through my wine studies and in return, send a free e-Book. Anyone in the AWS Meetup community is welcome to submit questions. Any wine related question that needs an answer is fair. I promise to keep your names/emails anonymous and of course, not sell them to anyone.
Please send your questions to [address removed] . I can only hope
this eBook answers your questions and provides information to others.