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BUSA Launches Webinar Series

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July 22, 2021 – Best USA Sommelier Association (BUSA) is thrilled to announce a new Webinar series for the sommelier community. Led by top sommeliers in the U.S., BUSA is an observer member of the Association de la Sommellerie Internationale. BUSA will offer a series of webinars for potential competitors and hospitality trade contacts designed to provide transparency, guidelines and details about upcoming competitions. These webinars will also offer much-needed information and advice to a beleaguered restaurant industry. The winner of the first BUSA competition will be representing all of us in the World Championships, an accomplishment we can all celebrate!

You are invited to join us for the webinars. Leaders in the series will include Doug Frost, MS. MW., Evan Goldstein MS., Laura DePasquale MS., Alex Ferris AVS, Véronique Rivest (Best Sommelier of the Americas, and Second-Best Sommelier of the world), Prof. Douglass Miller CSS. CBS., and Prof. Cheryl Stanley MSc. The webinars will take place on Zoom. Click HERE to register to attend. Zoom links will be provided.

The dates and Topics are as follows:

  1. New Best USA Sommelier Association, why? And how will it impact the sommelier profession in the US// JULY 28 @ 11:00 am Eastern Time.
  2. Challenges and Opportunities for the U.S. Sommelier Competition and examinations. // August 04 @ 11:00 am Eastern Time
  3. How to improve restaurant profits now. // August 11 @ 11:00 am Eastern Time
  4. New trends in the U.S. wine market, Upcoming fall wines. // August 17 @11:00 am Eastern Time

There will be more webinars to be announced. We hope you will join us. www.bestusasommelier.com

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