Wine Education Series (2 of 4), Pinot Noir Comparison at Bjornson


Sommelier Jade Helm will guide us through an exploration of both Old & New World Pinot noir.

After a fifteen year career in sales and public relations, Jade Helm took a year to explore wine and dance. This year changed her life. She delved into wine study and eventually earned credentials from the Society of Wine Educators (Certified Specialist in Wine), the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (Diploma in Wine and Spirits), and Court of Master Sommeliers (Certified Sommelier). For the past five years Jade has provided wine education through writing for consumer and trade oriented wine publications, speaking engagements, and direct classroom instruction at Chemeketa Community College’s Northwest Wine Studies Program.

She combines firsthand knowledge of wine regions and extensive study of terroir to enrich her curriculum. She is also the primary author of Tasting Pour, a blog about wine, cocktails, food and travel. As a board member of the Travel and Words Conference she works with travel writers nationwide. When Jade is not tasting, teaching, traveling, writing or judging wine competitions, she is probably sleeping.

Venue:
Bjornson Vineyard
Phone:
503-687-3016
Address:
3635 Bethel Heights Rd NW, Salem, OR 97304, USA Google Map
Start:
March 2, 2019 12:00 pm
End:
March 2, 2019 1:30 pm
Cost:
$40 -$ 30 (Wineclub)
Website:
https://bjornsonwine.com/
Phone:
503-687-3016
gerry@bjornsonwine.com

Sommelier Jade Helm will guide us through an exploration of both Old & New World Pinot noir.

After a fifteen year career in sales and public relations, Jade Helm took a year to explore wine and dance. This year changed her life. She delved into wine study and eventually earned credentials from the Society of Wine Educators (Certified Specialist in Wine), the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (Diploma in Wine and Spirits), and Court of Master Sommeliers (Certified Sommelier). For the past five years Jade has provided wine education through writing for consumer and trade oriented wine publications, speaking engagements, and direct classroom instruction at Chemeketa Community College’s Northwest Wine Studies Program.

She combines firsthand knowledge of wine regions and extensive study of terroir to enrich her curriculum. She is also the primary author of Tasting Pour, a blog about wine, cocktails, food and travel. As a board member of the Travel and Words Conference she works with travel writers nationwide. When Jade is not tasting, teaching, traveling, writing or judging wine competitions, she is probably sleeping.

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