Award-winning wine-writer and scientist Dr Jamie Goode will be closing proceedings at the 9th International Cool Climate Wine Symposium, due to take place in May 2016, in Brighton, England.
“We have a really fabulous, concentrated group of top wine experts from around the world who together make a really good conference,” says Dr Goode. “The content looks to be groundbreaking and the speaker line-up is very high calibre with a creative programme drowning in interdisciplinary concepts and ideas. This interaction amongst leading experts who are contributing to the ICCWS 2016 is very good.”
Dr Goode has been travelling extensively this year, coincidentally visiting several cool climate wine regions recently, including New Zealand, Canada and, of course, the UK, where he covers the country in his role as wine columnist for national newspaper The Sunday Express.
Dr Goode is also a member of the International Advisory Panel the global group of industry experts who have been supporting and helping to design the programme for the whole event, using knowledge and expertise over a range of topics and regions.
Based in London, Dr Goode is a renowned wine judge and award-winning writer. He contributes regularly to a range of publications, including The World of Fine Wine, Wine Business International, Wines and Vines, Sommelier Journal, Drinks Business and Noble Rot. Awards include the 2007 Glenfiddich Wine Writer of the year award, the 2012 Winner IWSC Wine Blog of the Year for wineanorak.com, and the Glenfiddich Award for Drinks Book for Wine Science in 2006.
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