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Wine Writers’ Symposium Announces 2024 Fellows


11/15/2023 – Saint Helena, CA – Today, the Wine Writers’ Symposium is pleased to announce the upcoming class of fellows accepted to attend the 2024 Symposium, one of the world’s premier wine writers’ conferences. Writers from around the world will gather in Napa Valley January 28-31, 2024 for a series of workshops, seminars, and mentorship sessions.

This year’s theme is “Exploring the Edge of Wine,” delving into innovative and unconventional ways wine writers can contribute to the industry. Since its inception in 2008, more than 500 writers have participated in the program.

This year’s fellows include Laura Algieri, Henna Bakshi, David Brown, Allison Burton-Parker, Aiden Carroll, Ula Chrobak, Christy Frank, Carol Kaufmann, Candace Keeton, Caroline Lamb, Danika Leminski, Allyson Noman, Marissa Ocasio, Erin Ortiz, Tiffany Patterson, Hanna Raskin, Martin Redmond, Dena Roché, Nicole Rodriguez, Ashaki Thompson-Hall, Tamara Turner, and Ocean Yap-Powell.

As partners in producing the event, Meadowood Napa Valley and the Napa Valley Vintners are delighted to welcome the writers. This program is made possible with the additional support of PortocorkRobert Mondavi Winery and other winery partners.  

About Napa Valley Vintners

The Napa Valley Vintners nonprofit trade association has been cultivating excellence since 1944 by inspiring its nearly 550 members to consistently produce wines of the highest quality, provide environmental leadership and care for the extraordinary place they call home. Since 1981, the NVV has invested more than $230 million in its community to provide equitable access to healthcare and opportunity for youth advancement. NVV is dedicated to improving diversity and championing inclusivity in its community and in the wine industry. Learn more at napavintners.com.



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