DAY 1 - MONDAY, MAY 23

GREEN WINE FUTURE LATIN AMERICA
In Association with Wines of Chile
08.00am to 2.00pm (GMT-4/UTC-4) Santiago de Chile Time Zone

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08.00 – 09.00 – Registrations - Housekeeping

09.00 - 09.15 – Welcome speeches

  • Pancho Campo / Mike Wangbickler / David Furer

  • Ole Nielsen

  • Melanie Mark

  • Aurelio Montes

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​09.15 – 09.30 – Keynote 1 – GREG JONES: AN UPDATE ON CLIMATE CHANGE & CHANGE

SPONSORED BY:

WINES OF PORTUGAL

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09.30 – 10.30 – Session 1: GREEN HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS: INDENTIFICATION, EDUCATION, AND MITIGATION – Green House Gas (GHG) emissions are the main contributor to global climate change and to which wine contributes significantly albeit less than many agricultural sectors. More than most, however, wine is severely affected by climatic changes with GHG a major concern. This panel will offer insights into GHG emissions by the wine sector, how it impacts markets, and steps we all can take to reduce our contributions.

SPONSORED BY: SOGRAPE

  • Moderator: Martin Reyes

  • Antonio Martins

  • Sandrine Sommer

  • Hayley Purbrick

  • Riikka Sukula

  • Michael Wentworth

​10.30 – 10.45 – Networking & Coffee Break – Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to share insights regarding the last session and discuss what you’d like to see in the next session.

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​10.45 – 11.45 – Session 2: CAN SUSTAINABILITY AND LUXURY PRODUCTS COEXIST? – Luxury wine brands are built around the concept of durability, exclusivity through limited quantities, and craftsmanship enhanced by high-quality materials with luxury often perceived as superficial. This panel will showcase how sustainability is the next step in creating and marketing luxury products, and how younger generations are driving this significant change in consumer buying habits..

SPONSORED BY: BALZAC COMMUNICATIONS

  • Moderator: Jane Anson

  • Nicole Rolet

  • Diana Verde Nieto

  • Liz Thach

  • Jean-Charles Boisset

  • Caroline Messemaecker

  • Julien Lecourt

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​​11.45 – 12.45 – Session 3: SUSTAINABLE WINEMAKING PRACTICES: WHY AND HOW? – Sustainable winemaking has evolved from the purview of a few producers on the fringes to a standard practice among most of the industry. From water and energy use to interactions with the local ecosystem to relations with employees and the community, winemakers have discovered how sustainability leads to more economic viability and growth. This panel will share personal experiences with sustainability and insights on how to approach future endeavors.

SPONSORED BY: AEB

  • Moderator: Doug Frost

  • Kate Lattey

  • Mark Brevot

  • Theresa Breuer

  • Benedetto Amoroso

  • Scott Shull

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​12.45 – 13.00 – Keynote 2 – NATALIA BAYONA: SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

SPONSORED BY:

TOTA

13.00 – 14.00    Networking & Lunch Break - Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to discuss the morning session and expectations for the afternoon.

GREEN WINE FUTURE NORTH AMERICA
In Association with the Wine Institute of California & Napa Valley Vintners
2.00pm to 6.30pm (GMT-7/UTC-7) California Time Zone

14.00 – 14.15 – Welcome speeches

  • Robert Koch

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​14.15 – 14.30 – Keynote 3 – MIGUEL TORRES

SPONSORED BY:

FAMILIA TORRES

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14.30 - 15.30 - Session 4:THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF OLD VINES – From South Africa to Italy, old vines (35+ years) are highly prized for their ability to capture qualities of terroir and reflect a sense of place in the wines they create. Are old vines more or less affected by climate change? This panel will focus on what we can learn from old vines to grow more climate-resilient.

SPONSORED BY: MICHELE SHAH

  • Moderator: Michèle Shah

  • Dylan Grigg

  • Claude Bourguignon

  • Victoria Gonzalez-Gordon

  • Marcelo Lanino

  • Salvo & Simone Foti

  • Rosa Kruger / André Morgenthal

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​15.30 – 15.45 – Networking & Coffee Break - – Join your fellow attendees on our Hopin platform to share insights regarding the last session and discuss what you’d like to see in the next session.

​​15.45 – 16.45 – Session 5: HARNESSING NEW TECHNOLOGIES & SERVICES TO BUILD GREATER SUSTAINABILITY – The technology revolution in the wine sector over the past decade has been astounding with more data to act upon, resources to leverage, and greater understanding of the challenges we face. These experts will show a series of new products and services that could revolutionize our business as we know it by conserving and reducing resource use, offering better data on which to make production decisions, and helping consumers make better buying decisions.

SPONSORED BY: AGROVIN

  • Moderator: Kevin Atticks

  • Prateek Srivastava

  • Ole Nielsen

  • Germán León

  • Nicholas Karavidas

  • Marco Bezzi

  • Christian DeBlasio

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16.45 – 17.45 - Session 6: SUSTAINABLE FINANCES AND ESG - Sustainable Finance is the process of taking due account of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations when making business and investment decisions. In the USA 90% of organizations do not have a clearly defined ESG strategy, or know their ESG scores, impact risks or value creation opportunities. This panel will discuss ESG strategies and how to leverage sustainable finances for the betterment of your company and community.

SPONSORED BY: WINEALLY

  • Moderator: Pam Strayer

  • Elisa Turner

  • Ela Eskinazi

  • Matt Young

  • Terry Wheatley

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17.45 – 18.00 – Keynote 4 - PAU ROCA: THE OIV AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS

SPONSORED BY:

BAROSSA AUSTRALIA