Are you working or studying in the wine or marketing industry? Don’t miss the opportunity to join us for a relaxed 'Grape to Glass' Q&A panel session.
Our panellists include four Wilderness old scholars who are industry experts and have great insights to share.
Annabel Mugford (1980) | Food South Australia Export Hub Manager, Barossa Grape and Wine Association Consultant
Mary Hamilton (1988) | CEO Hugh Hamilton Wines, Board Member Australia Grape and Wine
Lauren Moularadellis (2017) | Business Development Manager Kingston Estate Wines, Founder Mo Sisters Wines
Lucy Golding (1993) | Co-Founder and Communications Manager, Golding Wines
Find out more about our panellists here.
Date: Thursday 23 September 2021
Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Where: Riot Wine Co, 59 Torrens Road Brompton
Cost: $20 or $10 for tertiary students (includes wine tasting and nibbles).
Following the session, there will be time for networking with other old scholars who share similar professional experience and interests.
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