Washington winegrowers leverage power of intentionality from grape to glass at 2019 convention

Washington Wine: Intentional from Grape to Glass, the theme of this year’s premier educational and networking event for Northwest vintners and grape growers to leverage the power of intentionality from grape to glass. Growers, vintners, viticulturists, enologists, tasting room staff, and marketers from around the PNW, and nation to attend.

The Washington Winegrowers Association’s (formerly the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers) 2019 Convention & Trade Show is February 11-14 (Monday to Thursday) held at the Three Rivers Campus in Kennewick, WA.

This four-day event is the second largest of its kind in the nation that includes a trade show; poster session spotlighting the latest industry research; a State of the Industry report featuring The Wine Economist editor, Mike Veseth, and Founder of Vintage Economics, Chris Bitter; diverse educational sessions with distinguished speakers including master sommelier, Fred Dex, and a leading expert in sustainability, Dr. Clifford Ohmart; a Leadership & Legacy luncheon toasting wine and grape industry leaders and legends featuring keynote Galen Emanuele, along with networking opportunities.

Dates: February 11-14, 2019

Venue: Three Rivers Convention Center & Toyota Center | Kennewick, WA

Registration: www.wawinegrowers.org/page /2019Convention

Learn more: www.wawinegrowers.org/page/ 2019Convention

Register before Tuesday, January 22 for discounted rates.

Check out educational sessions and trade show vendor list at: www.bit.ly/2019ConventionProgram

The Washington Winegrowers Association (Winegrowers) serves as the synergistic leader and unifying voice – through advocacy and education – for growers, vintners, partners, and policy makers.

         – Washington Winegrowers Association