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About WWLS

The Women in Wine Leadership Symposium (WWLS) was started in 2012, with a mission to empower and educate women in the wine industry through a series of panel discussions and wine tastings.

The WWLS, hosted by The Winebow Group, is the first event of its kind with winemakers from around the world, sommeliers, retailers, educators, and journalists.

#WWLS

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Advisory Board

  • Mary Ewing-Mulligan, MW
  • Mary Gorman-McAdams, MW
  • Lisa Granik, MW
  • Karen King
  • Linda Lawry, DSW, CWE; MS
  • Pascaline Lepeltier, MS
  • Teresa Low
  • Carla Rzeszewski
  • Melissa Sutherland
  • Beth von Benz

Press

SPEAKERS

WWLS 2018 Program
Meet the Speakers
Effective Management, Work-Life Balance and Taking the Uncharted Road
Jane Gladstone, Senior Managing Director, Evercore
Sandra Taylor, President and CEO, Sustainable Business International
Moderated by Gloria Maroti Frazee, Wine Educator and Consultant, GloriaVino LLC

Guided Wine Tasting with Madeline Triffon, MS
Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini, Altesino
Alexandra Marnier-Lapostolle, Lapostolle and Clos Apalta
Anne Moreau, Domaine Louis Moreau
Louisa Rose, Yalumba and Hill-Smith Family Vineyards

Courageous Conversations, an Interactive Seminar
Led by Meesha Rosa, Senior Director of Corporate Board Services, Catalyst

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Jane Gladstone - Senior Managing Director, Evercore
Special Guest
Jane Gladstone heads Evercore’s financial services corporate advisory business and has over twenty-seven years of investment banking experience. Jane has been named one of the Top 50 Rainmakers on Wall Street by Dealmaker magazine, one of the Top 50 Most Influential People by Bloomberg, and was Ranked #3 by Institutional Investor 2016 Fintech Finance 35.
Sandra Taylor - President and CEO, Sustainable Business International
Special Guest
Sandra Taylor is the president and CEO of Sustainable Business International, a consulting business that assists food, beverage and consumer products companies at various stages of environmental sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) practice.

Sandra has studied wine extensively for many years, completed the French Wine Scholars course in 2010 and is a graduate of the Wine MBA program at The Bordeaux School of Management in France, a fully accredited international business school that also offers a Master’s in Business Administration with a focus on the study of the global wine industry. Her first book, The Business of Sustainable Wine, was published July 2017.

Gloria Maroti Frazee - Wine Educator and Consultant, GloriaVino LLC
Special Guest
Gloria Maroti Frazee creates content that weaves learning, storytelling and marketing to build relationships between wine producers and wine lovers. During her 20+ years at Wine Spectator and Gallo, she worked with hundreds of winemakers from around the world to refine their messaging for live and video presentations.
Meesha Rosa - Senior Director, Corporate Board Services, Catalyst
Special Guest
Meesha Rosa manages Catalyst’s Corporate Board Services, which works to advance women into the corporate boardroom through candidate assessment and preparation. In this role, Meesha coordinates communications with companies, corporate board governance organizations, and associations that are committed to corporate board diversity.

Meesha speaks at numerous events about women on boards, and she also conducts presentations on women of color in corporate management. She had worked on Catalyst’s Censuses in her former role in the Research Department documenting the status of women in leadership.

Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini - Altesino
Guided Wine Tasting
Elisabetta acquired her first winery in the Chianti Classico region in 1997 and a few years later, a long-standing property in Montalcino. In 2002, her growing appreciation of the Montalcino region led to the purchase and renovation of Altesino, which is now considered one of the top producers of Brunello in Tuscany.
Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle - Lapostolle and Clos Apalta
Guided Wine Tasting
Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle de Bournet is the great granddaughter of Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle, the creator and founder of the famed French spirit, Grand Marnier.

Alexandra envisioned Chile’s enormous potential to produce fine wines from its exceptional terroir in Apalta, where she founded Lapostolle and a few years later, in 1997, Clos Apalta. Under Alexandra’s dedicated vision, Lapostolle has been a pioneer in the wine industry in Chile, and today they continue to elevate the region through the production of premium quality wines with a strong emphasis on eco‐minded sustainability.

Anne Moreau - Domaine Louis Moreau
Guided Wine Tasting
Since September 1994, Anne has been responsible for Domaine Louis Moreau’s public relations and has spearheaded the winery’s expansion into export markets such as Norway, Sweden, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, USA, India and Brazil. Today, she serves as the winery’s Sales and Communications Manager.

Anne has also been involved in the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) since 2012, first as a member of the Communication Commission and, since January 2018, as its Vice President.

Louisa Rose - Yalumba and Hill-Smith Family Vineyards
Guided Wine Tasting
During her 25-year career at Yalumba, Louisa has become one of the world’s most respected winemakers – forging an identity for Australian Viognier, challenging perceptions of Barossa Shiraz, leading her viti- and vinicultural teams to ever greater heights and giving up her nights, weekends and spare moments for the betterment of Australian wine.

Louisa is heavily involved in judging at Australian and international wine shows and is an active member of Barossa winemaking fraternity The Barons of Barossa. She is also a Director of the Australian Wine Research Institute and Chair of The University of Adelaide Alumni Council.

Laura Catena, MD, Bodega Catena Zapata, Managing Director
2017 Special Guest / Guided Wine Tasting
Dr. Laura Catena, a fourth-generation winemaker and pioneer in high-altitude viticulture research, leads her family’s iconic Mendoza winery in producing Argentina’s most celebrated and influential wines. She is currently managing director of Bodega Catena Zapata and has been called “the face of Argentine wine” for her active role in studying and promoting the Mendoza wine region and Argentine Malbec.
Cheron Cowan
2017 Panelist
Cheron is the General Manager and Wine Director of Harold’s Meat + Three restaurant located in New York City and has worked in high profile NYC restaurants for 20 years, including Gramercy Tavern and Blue Hill. As the 2016 US representative for the South African Wine competition, Cheron was the only female of the 8 international finalists selected. She is a certified sommelier with the Court of Masters.
Dorothy Gaiter
2017 Panelist
Dorothy J. Gaiter, Senior Editor of The Grape Collective, conceived and wrote the Wall Street Journal’s wine column, “Tastings,” from 1998 to 2010 with her husband, John Brecher. She has been tasting and studying wine since 1973, and with Brecher has written four wine books. She has had a distinguished career in journalism as a reporter, editor, columnist and editorial writer at the Miami Herald and the New York Times, as well as at the Wall Street Journal, which twice nominated her writing on race for the Pulitzer Prize, and once for “Tastings.”
Maria Garcia
2017 Panelist
Maria Garcia is an LA native with degrees in political science and history from the University of California, Los Angeles. She worked under Master Sommelier Chris Miller at Spago Beverly Hills and has gained certifications through the Court of Master Sommeliers. Maria most recently was the wine director at République restaurant in Los Angeles, where she curated a cellar of approximately 1800 selections. She is currently consulting and providing private sommelier services.
Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, Ph.D.
2017 Panelist
Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, PhD, has been Director and Panel Manager at Catalyst since April 2013. As Panel Manager, she develops and expands Catalyst’s research panels globally as a part of the effort to extend progress for women and businesses around the world. Prior to joining Catalyst, Jennifer worked as a biostatistician at Mount Sinai as well as an instructor of master’s-level statistics at New York University. She has led several research labs of up to 13 researchers in both corporate and academic settings. Additionally, she authored the book How Geek Girls Will Rule the World (2013).
Miriam Caporali
2017 Guided Wine Tasting
Miriam Caporali is Valdipiatta’s owner and general manager. From 1997 to 2002, Miriam worked closely at her father’s side at the winery, learning all the various aspects of winery management. Sharing her father’s passion for Montepulciano’s terroir and its ancient winemaking tradition, she decided to dedicate herself completely to the family business, taking over its management in 2004. Miriam has been member of the board of the Consorzio del Vino Nobile for 8 years, she is qualified as a professional Sommelier (AIS – Italian Sommelier Association) and she is also member of the Woman of Wine Italian Association.
Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt
2017 Guided Wine Tasting

Raised at the House of Laurent-Perrier in Tours-sur-Marne, Alexandra has been immersed in the champagne industry since early childhood. Along with her sister Stéphanie, today Alexandra is fully involved in many aspects of Laurent-Perrier’s business. Her primary focus is on the strategy and development of this independent and family-owned House alongside current Board Chairman Stéphane Dalyac and Michel Fauconnet, Laurent-Perrier’s third Cellar Master since the House’s post-war renaissance.

Nathalie Tollot
2017 Guided Wine Tasting
Nathalie Tollot knew from a young age that she wanted a career in the winemaking business, and she spent her childhood in the domaine working alongside her father. After attended high school in Beaune – the heart of Burgundy wine country – Nathalie began working full-time at Domaine Tollot-Beaut. Nathalie became the first female president of the Burgundy Groupe des Jeunes Professionnels de la Vigne in the 1990s.
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WWLS 2018 Program
Meet the Speakers
Jane Gladstone - Senior Managing Director, Evercore
Special Guest
Sandra Taylor - President and CEO, Sustainable Business International
Special Guest
Gloria Maroti Frazee - Wine Educator and Consultant, GloriaVino LLC
Special Guest
Meesha Rosa - Senior Director, Corporate Board Services, Catalyst
Special Guest
Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini - Altesino
Guided Wine Tasting
Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle - Lapostolle and Clos Apalta
Guided Wine Tasting
Anne Moreau - Domaine Louis Moreau
Guided Wine Tasting
Louisa Rose - Yalumba and Hill-Smith Family Vineyards
Guided Wine Tasting
Laura Catena, MD, Bodega Catena Zapata, Managing Director
2017 Special Guest / Guided Wine Tasting
Cheron Cowan
2017 Panelist
Dorothy Gaiter
2017 Panelist
Maria Garcia
2017 Panelist
Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, Ph.D.
2017 Panelist
Miriam Caporali
2017 Guided Wine Tasting
Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt
2017 Guided Wine Tasting
Nathalie Tollot
2017 Guided Wine Tasting

Past Events

WWLS 2017
October 2, 2017
Special Guest: Jancis Robinson, OBE, MW Wine Critic and Journalist

Special Guest: Laura Catena, MD Bodega Catena Zapata, Managing Director

Moderator:  Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in-house Master Sommelier

Guided Wine Tasting
Miriam Caporali, Tenuta Valdipiatta, Italy
Laura Catena, MD, Bodega Catena Zapata, Argentina
Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt, Laurent-Perrier, France
Nathalie Tollot, Domaine Tollot-Beaut, France

Strategies for Cultivating Diversity and Innovation in the Workplace
Cheron Cowan,
Harold’s Meat + Three, General Manager & Wine Director
Dorothy J. Gaiter, The Grape Collective, Senior Editor
Maria Garcia, Sommelier
Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, PhD, Catalyst Director & Panel Manager, Research

WWLS 2016
October 17, 2016
Keynote Address: Hon. Analisa Torres, Judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

Moderator:  Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in-house Master Sommelier

The Unwritten Rules to Career Advancement with Anna Beninger, Director, Research, Catalyst

Guided Wine Tasting
Verónica Cousiño, Cousiño-Macul, Chile
Nancy Irelan, Red Tail Ridge Winery, New York
Janice McDonald, Burch Family Wines, Australia
Meri Tessari, Suavia, Italy

Building Confidence in the Workplace with Molly Shepard, President & CEO, The Leader’s Edge
Elaine Chukan Brown, Columnist, Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews and JancisRobinson.com
Carrie Lyn Strong, Wine Director, Aureole
Gretchen Thomas, Wine and Spirits Director, Barteca Restaurant Group

2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2015 Program
2015
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote Address: Dana Cowin, Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine on the topic of risk-taking (now Chief Creative Officer, Chefs Club International, with restaurants in Manhattan and Aspen, CO

Moderator:  Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in-house Master Sommelier (Southeastern Michigan and Metro Chicago)

Panel 1: Taking Intelligent Career Risks

Jennifer Iannolo, The Concordia Project, Founder & CEO
Gina Langone, BJs Wholesale Club, National Wine Buyer
Maeve Pesquera, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Director of Wine
Laura Williamson, MS, The Mandarin Oriental New York, Wine Director

Panel 2: Guided Wine Tasting

Dominga Cotarella, Falesco, Italy
Carole Meredith, Lagier Meredith, U.S.2015
Viviana Navarrete, Leyda, Chile
Lissi Wieninger, Weingut Wieninger, Austria

Panel 3: Fostering Diversity Through Inclusive Leadership
Lee Campbell, Andrew Tarlow Group, Wine Director
Anna Lee Iijima, Wine Enthusiast, Contributing Editor
June Rodil, MS, McGuire Moorman Hospitality, Wine & Beverage Director
Clarice Turner, Starbucks, Senior Vice President, Americas Business
Jeanine Prime, PhD, Catalyst, Senior Vice President, Research

2014 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2014 Program
2014
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote address: Ruth Reichl, bestselling author and food critic

Panels and guided tasting moderated by Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in Michigan and Chicago

Panel 1: Creating and Defining Work-Life Balance
Cynthia Emrich, PhD, Catalyst (non-profit research group)
Shelley Lindgren, A16 and SPQR, San Francisco, CA
Marika Vida-Arnold, The Ritz-Carlton, New York City
Deborah Hansen, Taberna De Haro, Brookline, MA

Guided Tasting
Autumn Stoscheck, Eve’s Cidery, Finger Lakes, New York
Izabella Zwack, Dobogó, Tokaji, Hungary
Valentina Argiolas, Argiolas, Sardegna, Italy
Maria Pica, J Portugal Ramos, Alentejo & Vinho Verde, Duorum, Douro, Portugal

Panel 2:  Pathways and Strategies for Success
Marianne Ruggiero, Optima Careers
Jordan Salcito, Momofuku, New York City
Cynthia Tom, Whole Foods Market, New Jersey & New York
Kristen Wolfe Bieler, Beverage Media

2013 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2013 Program
2013
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote and moderator: address: Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in Michigan and Chicago

Panel: Strategies for Career Advancement
Debbie Zachareas, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant San Francisco, Owner
Linda Milagros Violago, Contra Restaurant NYC, Beverage Director
Mary Melton, P.F. Chang’s, Beverage Director
Kristie Petrullo, Petrullo Wine Consulting

Panel: Building Key Relationships: Mentorship & Sponsorship
Pascaline Lepeltier, Rouge Tomate NYC, Beverage Director
Anna Beninger, Catalyst, Senior Associate, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to expand opportunities for women and business.
Jill Roberts, The Marrow NYC, Beverage Director
Virginia Philip, MS, Virginia Philip Wine Shop & Academy (West Palm Beach), Owner, The Breakers, Beverage Director

Inspired by Wine Panel & Guided Tasting
Sandra Tavares, Wine & Soul, Owner, Winemaker
Julie Johnson, Tres Sabores, Owner, Winemaker
Roberta Ceretto, Ceretto, Public Relations/Communications
Silvia Imparato, Montevetrano, Owner
Marta Santander Martínez Bujanda, Viña Bujanda, Finca Valpiedra, Finca Antigua

Closing remarks by Madeline Triffon, MS and Q & A

2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2012 Program
2012
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote and Moderator: Mary Ewing-Mulligan, MW

Panel 1: Challenges and Successes of Women in the Wine World
Annette Alvarez-Peters, Assistant General Merchandise Managers (wine, spirits, beer), Costco
Leslie Sbrocco, Author, Speaker and owner of Thirsty Girl
Madeline Triffon, first female MS in the U.S. and director of wine at Plum Market
Christy Canterbury, MW, author, speaker, consultant, educator

Panel 2: Multi-Generational Wine-Producing Families
Marilisa Allegrini: Allegrini, Poggio al Tesoro, San Polo
Laura Catena: Bodega Catena Zapata
Xandra Falcó: Marqués de Griñón
Heidi Scheid:  Scheid Vineyards (24 Knots)

Inspired by Wine Panel & Guided Tasting
Marilisa Allegrini: Allegrini, Poggio al Tesoro, San Polo
Laura Catena: Bodega Catena Zapata
Xandra Falcó: Marqués de Griñón
Heidi Scheid:  Scheid Vineyards (24 Knots)
Nadia Zenato: Zenato
Tamra Washington: Yealands

Panel 3. Industry Trends.
Christy Frank, owner, Frankly Wines, NYC
Stephanie Johnson, Director of Wine, City Winery, NYC
Jackie Bergeron, Nielson
Carla Rzeszewski, Wine Director: The Spotted Pig, The Breslin, The John Dory Oyster Bar

Closing remarks by Mary Ewing-Mulligan, MW and Q & A

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WWLS 2017
October 2, 2017
WWLS 2016
October 17, 2016
2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2015 Program
2015
2014 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2014 Program
2014
2013 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2013 Program
2013
2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2012 Program
2012
WWLS 2016
October 17, 2016
Keynote Address: Hon. Analisa Torres, Judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

Moderator:  Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in-house Master Sommelier

The Unwritten Rules to Career Advancement with Anna Beninger, Director, Research, Catalyst

Guided Wine Tasting
Verónica Cousiño, Cousiño-Macul, Chile
Nancy Irelan, Red Tail Ridge Winery, New York
Janice McDonald, Burch Family Wines, Australia
Meri Tessari, Suavia, Italy

Building Confidence in the Workplace with Molly Shepard, President & CEO, The Leader’s Edge
Elaine Chukan Brown, Columnist, Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews and JancisRobinson.com
Carrie Lyn Strong, Wine Director, Aureole
Gretchen Thomas, Wine and Spirits Director, Barteca Restaurant Group

2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2015 Program
2015
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote Address: Dana Cowin, Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine on the topic of risk-taking (now Chief Creative Officer, Chefs Club International, with restaurants in Manhattan and Aspen, CO

Moderator:  Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in-house Master Sommelier (Southeastern Michigan and Metro Chicago)

Panel 1: Taking Intelligent Career Risks

Jennifer Iannolo, The Concordia Project, Founder & CEO
Gina Langone, BJs Wholesale Club, National Wine Buyer
Maeve Pesquera, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Director of Wine
Laura Williamson, MS, The Mandarin Oriental New York, Wine Director

Panel 2: Guided Wine Tasting

Dominga Cotarella, Falesco, Italy
Carole Meredith, Lagier Meredith, U.S.2015
Viviana Navarrete, Leyda, Chile
Lissi Wieninger, Weingut Wieninger, Austria

Panel 3: Fostering Diversity Through Inclusive Leadership
Lee Campbell, Andrew Tarlow Group, Wine Director
Anna Lee Iijima, Wine Enthusiast, Contributing Editor
June Rodil, MS, McGuire Moorman Hospitality, Wine & Beverage Director
Clarice Turner, Starbucks, Senior Vice President, Americas Business
Jeanine Prime, PhD, Catalyst, Senior Vice President, Research

2014 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2014 Program
2014
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote address: Ruth Reichl, bestselling author and food critic

Panels and guided tasting moderated by Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in Michigan and Chicago

Panel 1: Creating and Defining Work-Life Balance
Cynthia Emrich, PhD, Catalyst (non-profit research group)
Shelley Lindgren, A16 and SPQR, San Francisco, CA
Marika Vida-Arnold, The Ritz-Carlton, New York City
Deborah Hansen, Taberna De Haro, Brookline, MA

Guided Tasting
Autumn Stoscheck, Eve’s Cidery, Finger Lakes, New York
Izabella Zwack, Dobogó, Tokaji, Hungary
Valentina Argiolas, Argiolas, Sardegna, Italy
Maria Pica, J Portugal Ramos, Alentejo & Vinho Verde, Duorum, Douro, Portugal

Panel 2:  Pathways and Strategies for Success
Marianne Ruggiero, Optima Careers
Jordan Salcito, Momofuku, New York City
Cynthia Tom, Whole Foods Market, New Jersey & New York
Kristen Wolfe Bieler, Beverage Media

2013 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2013 Program
2013
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote and moderator: address: Madeline Triffon, MS, Plum Market in Michigan and Chicago

Panel: Strategies for Career Advancement
Debbie Zachareas, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant San Francisco, Owner
Linda Milagros Violago, Contra Restaurant NYC, Beverage Director
Mary Melton, P.F. Chang’s, Beverage Director
Kristie Petrullo, Petrullo Wine Consulting

Panel: Building Key Relationships: Mentorship & Sponsorship
Pascaline Lepeltier, Rouge Tomate NYC, Beverage Director
Anna Beninger, Catalyst, Senior Associate, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to expand opportunities for women and business.
Jill Roberts, The Marrow NYC, Beverage Director
Virginia Philip, MS, Virginia Philip Wine Shop & Academy (West Palm Beach), Owner, The Breakers, Beverage Director

Inspired by Wine Panel & Guided Tasting
Sandra Tavares, Wine & Soul, Owner, Winemaker
Julie Johnson, Tres Sabores, Owner, Winemaker
Roberta Ceretto, Ceretto, Public Relations/Communications
Silvia Imparato, Montevetrano, Owner
Marta Santander Martínez Bujanda, Viña Bujanda, Finca Valpiedra, Finca Antigua

Closing remarks by Madeline Triffon, MS and Q & A

2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2012 Program
2012
View the full photo gallery here.


Keynote and Moderator: Mary Ewing-Mulligan, MW

Panel 1: Challenges and Successes of Women in the Wine World
Annette Alvarez-Peters, Assistant General Merchandise Managers (wine, spirits, beer), Costco
Leslie Sbrocco, Author, Speaker and owner of Thirsty Girl
Madeline Triffon, first female MS in the U.S. and director of wine at Plum Market
Christy Canterbury, MW, author, speaker, consultant, educator

Panel 2: Multi-Generational Wine-Producing Families
Marilisa Allegrini: Allegrini, Poggio al Tesoro, San Polo
Laura Catena: Bodega Catena Zapata
Xandra Falcó: Marqués de Griñón
Heidi Scheid:  Scheid Vineyards (24 Knots)

Inspired by Wine Panel & Guided Tasting
Marilisa Allegrini: Allegrini, Poggio al Tesoro, San Polo
Laura Catena: Bodega Catena Zapata
Xandra Falcó: Marqués de Griñón
Heidi Scheid:  Scheid Vineyards (24 Knots)
Nadia Zenato: Zenato
Tamra Washington: Yealands

Panel 3. Industry Trends.
Christy Frank, owner, Frankly Wines, NYC
Stephanie Johnson, Director of Wine, City Winery, NYC
Jackie Bergeron, Nielson
Carla Rzeszewski, Wine Director: The Spotted Pig, The Breslin, The John Dory Oyster Bar

Closing remarks by Mary Ewing-Mulligan, MW and Q & A

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WWLS 2016
October 17, 2016
2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2015 Program
2015
2014 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2014 Program
2014
2013 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2013 Program
2013
2012 WWLS Photos
WWLS 2012 Program
2012

2018 Photo Gallery

2017 Photo Gallery

2016 Photo Gallery

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Testimonials

I love this conference and it is truly one of my favorite events of the year. I would recommend this to any female in the wine industry.

An incredible assembly of women of all generations. So inspirational and fills me with loads of positivity.

Breath of fresh air! Feeling of belonging to an amazing event with accomplished women.

The WWLS is truly an amazing and uplifting event, and I am thrilled to have been included.

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Marilyn Krieger,
Vice President of Public Relations
m_krieger@winebow.com
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