The Napa Valley Symposium in March provided a rich experience for writers, featuring various engaging topics. The event began with a reception and seated dinner, where wine critic Eric Asimov delivered the opening keynote on the significance of wine. The following day started with discussions on the business of books and reaching the modern consumer. Sessions on crafting book proposals, inclusive tasting notes, and clear writing were also offered. Attendees had the opportunity to explore vineyards and learn from experts in off-site visits. The program continued with panels on digital publishing, integrating wine into broader conversations, and expanding writing styles. The symposium concluded with a farewell dinner and closing keynote by Miguel de Leon, emphasizing the importance of wine.
We are delighted to welcome writers back to Napa Valley this March for an enriching Symposium experience. Sunday, March 5th: 5:30 PM Reception at Forum at Meadowood 6:00 PM Seated Dinner, with Welcome Remarks and Keynote Address by Eric Asimov Longtime New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov will deliver our opening keynote on the … Continued