Wine experts offer international perspective on marketing

Wine Talks series opens at Okanagan College's Penticton campus.

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Discover an international perspective on winemaking with keynote speakers Karen MacNeil and Rob McMillan at the inaugural Wine Talks at Okanagan College on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

Karen MacNeilPresented by Liquidity Wines and Okanagan College, this special evening brings two renowned wine industry experts to share their insight and international experience in wine marketing.

Author of best selling book The Wine Bible, Karen MacNeil has been called by TIME Magazine “America’s Missionary of the Vine.”

Rob McMillan is the founder of Silicon Valley Bank’s Wine Division, regarded as the leading provider of financial services to the fine wine business on the West Coast. He focuses on sharing his views on the macro factors impacting the fine wine business. He has also published reports of varied and emerging trends in the wine industry.

 

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