Chat with a panel of pros fermenting and perfecting wines in the Centennial State
 

Join the CSU College of Business Beverage Business Institute for a live Zoom event to talk with Colorado winemakers, an industry supply chain expert and participate in a sensory experience (see ordering details). Colorado wine production, distribution, sales and wine tourism in 2019 supported a total economic impact of $162.3 million in business revenues,1,360 jobs and $59.5 million in labor income. We’ll discuss with the panelists what’s new in CO wine and what makes Colorado wine special followed by a guided tasting. Of course, we’ll leave time for Q&A as we want this to be an open discussion on how CO’s unique terroir has become a critical part of Colorado’s business landscape.

Plan ahead: Crisann will lead a tasting so get the wines, grab your best glasses and sip along!

  • Sparklet White Wine by Sauvage Spectrum Estate Winery & Vineyard (order here)
  • 2020 Colorado Chardonnay – visit the OBC’s tap room at 824 E Lincoln Ave 

Register here


Travis Green

Travis Green

Travis’s winemaking journey began in 2009 at his family’s small vineyard in the North Georgia mountains. He joined the OBC Wine Project as Winemaker in 2020. The OBC Wine Project’s mission of crafting interesting wines with a craft beer flair is a perfect match for all the things that Travis loves about winemaking: community, creativity and fun. 


Crisann Hanes

Crisann Hanes

Crisann, M.Ed., WSET II, is a proud Marine Corps Veteran and higher educator in Fort Collins, CO. When Crisann is not advising Evening and Online MBA students at Colorado State University, she’s running the blog Rocky Mountain Oenophile and hosting private and group wine tastings and educational seminars. 


Patric Matysiewski

Patric Matysiewski

Patric’s fermentation career began in brewing but transitioned to winemaking with time spent at some of CO’s most well-known wineries. As the winemaker at Sauvage Spectrum Estate Winery & Vineyard since 2018, the partnership was sparked out of some interesting Colorado grapes that resulted in a wine that was made in the Pétillant Naturel style. 


Susan L. Golicic

Susan L. Golicic, PhD

Susan’s research focuses on sustainability and relationships in the global supply chain, and she’s done over a decade's worth of research traveling to wine businesses on three continents resulting in a book called Contemporary Wine Marketing and Supply Chain Management: A Global Perspective. Dr. Golicic is the chair of the Department of Management at CSU.


Location

Zoom