Organized by the Foundation for the Culture and Civilization of Wine in partnership with the Kedge School of Commerce, the “C in Wine” debate series is organized in the Bordeaux Wine City, inaugurated at the end of May 2016. The aim of these debates, free and open to all, is to talk about relatively little-discussed topics at traditional conferences, with topics of interest. Three guests, specialists or professionals in the wine world, intervene in the one-and-a-half hour debates and interact with the audience, while answering questions from Jacques-Olivier PESME, Director of KEDGE’s Wine and Spirit Academy. The first of these panel discussions took place on 11 October 2016, around the following problem: “Is the price of wine a guarantee of quality?”
A meeting every two months, around various issues concerning wine, such as the consumption of wine in the presidential elections, determine whether the wine is aphrodisiac or whether rosé is considered a wine.
This project is timely, launched in the heart of the wine capital of the world, which speaks to all lovers around the world.
Three other conferences are organized at the City of Wine, still in free access for all (13 December, 14 February 2017, 11 April 2017 and 13 June 2017). Places are limited, given the capacity of the place, and it is likely that these debates will attract more and more people as they go…
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