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Bold Predictions: Four Takes on Twentyfour


Healdsburg, CA, December 6, 2023— Registration is now open for Wine Industry Network’s (WIN) first session of the Bold Predictions: Wine Industry Leadership Conference Series. This must-attend virtual session will be broadcasted on January 17, 2024, from 10:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m. Registration is free for wine industry professionals.

Kicking off the 2024 edition of Bold Predictions, titled “Four Takes on Twentyfour”, we are bringing back panelists Dale Stratton, Managing Director / Azur Associates, Philana Bouvier, President / Demeine Estates and Bourcard Nesin, Industry Analyst / Rabobank. Joining last year’s panel will be Chris Bitter, Senior Wine & Grape Analyst / Terrain all there to revisit some of last year’s “Bold Predictions” along with sharing their insights and thoughts on what we can expect for our industry in the year ahead. The session will be moderated by Damien Wilson, Hamel Family Faculty Chair of Wine Business Institute.

“The wine industry has always been both challenging and competitive and that won’t change in 2024. Bold Predictions was created to address some of those challenges head on by tapping into the experience of proven professionals on our virtual stage to offer their best advice” added George Christie, President of Wine Industry Network.  

The 2024 Bold Predictions series will be broadcasted on January 17th, April 10th and July 31st, 2024. Registration is free for wine industry professionals; visit wineindustryadvisor.com/boldpredictions to register and watch the panel’s Four Takes on Twentythree discussion.

About Wine Industry Network (WIN):

Wine Industry Network is THE business resource for the North American Wine Industry sharing news and information, supplying products and service resources, and providing education & industry networking opportunities.



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