Led by Carolina Martínez Origone, General Secretary of the CRDOP Jumilla and Evan Goldstein MS.
Jumilla’s standard-bearing wines made from Monastrell have become a huge success in the American market. But there are more treasures to discover from this high elevation region in the southeast of Spain with its centenarian vines, dry-farmed vineyards and sandy soils. The regulatory council for Jumilla DO is conducting this superb tasting to highlight Jumilla’s top-quality vineyards, estates and wines.
Carolina Martínez Origone, Agricultural Engineer and General Secretary of the Regulatory Council of the Protected Designation of Origin Vinos de Jumilla.
Martínez defines herself as enthusiastic, constructive, collaborative, and demanding, and highlights among her professional career the varied experience acquired in research, European and national administration, as well as in private companies, valuing her position at the DO as a great professional challenge and a fantastic opportunity. to contribute to the growth of Jumilla wines in Spain and the world.
She is responsible for the defense, dissemination, and promotion of Jumilla Wines at an international level, while directly and personally supervising the internal functioning of the Council.
Evan Goldstein MS, President & Chief Education Officer - Full Circle Wine Solutions and Master the WorldEvan is one of the nation’s most prolific food and wine industry veterans. In 1987, he became the eighth American to pass the Master Sommelier examination. The author of several critically acclaimed books on food, wine and hospitality, Evan has created wine education and service programs for Seagram Chateau & Estates, Diageo, Allied Domecq and Beam Wine Estates.
October 12 2022
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