Marbella Here I Come, Climate Change and Wine 2011 Conference, April 13-14

Could you think of a sunnier or more welcoming setting for an event dedicated to the effect of climate change on wine than Marbella?

The idea of marrying healthy discussions, wine tastings and a few days on the Costa del Sol in the middle of April sounds rejuvenating.

From Pancho Campo, president of Wine Academy of Spain to Kofi Annan and Nicholas Joly, the speaker line up for Climate Change and Wine 2011 (April 13, 14) is rich and varied.

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This will be the 3rd edition.

I just registered today.

I will have to save time after the conference for a visit to Casares...

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