The Napa Declaration – A Rountable Discussion

GrapeRadio and the Group Discuss the Meaning of Place and Origin

We are back at the Copia Center for extended coverage of the “The Napa Declaration” event. Today we have two detailed discussions with groups from the worlds top wine producing regions covering the importance of protecting the identifty of wines place and origin.

Our roundtable interviews include representatives from Napa, Champagne, Port, and Oregon.

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Brian interviews George Sandeman, Chairman of the House of Sandeman (Port), while Joel Aiken, President of the Napa Valley Vintners looks on.

Jay has a chat with Bruno Paillard President of the Communications Committee du Vin de Champagne

Jorge Monteiro, President of the Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro e Porto talks about the wine making history and tradition of his native Portugal. Also present are Dawnine Dyer of the Napa Valley Vintners and Harry Peterson-Nedry from the Oregon Wine Board.

Bruno responds to a question about what “Wine Place and Origin” means.

Joel and Brian talk about the importance of this event for the consumer.

Brian Clark and George Sandeman.

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