DAY 4: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26

**PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TIMES ARE IN CET** 


16.00 - 16.45 - SESSION 15: SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS 

Businesses, governments, and organizations worldwide have embraced these broad holistic principles with a wide array of applications--no less those involved with wine and its adjacent interests. This stream of understanding gives priority to addressing and solving the systemic problems presented by social discrimination, a changing climate, economic instability and individual health.

Speakers:
Theresa Breuer (DE) - CEO & Owner, Georg Breuer
Nigel Greening (NZ) - Proprietor, Felton Road Winery
Linda Reiff (US) - President and CEO, Napa Valley Vintners

Moderator: Elin McCoy (US) - Wine & Spirits Columnist, Bloomberg News and Decanter

16.45 - 17.30 - SESSION 16: LUXURY ADAPTATIONS

The premium and super premium wine sectors have endured both remarkable losses and gains during this pandemic. We'll learn from these experts how it is they learned to rapidly embrace opportunity while ensuring business stability, shift means of fulfilling some customer's expanded expectations while witnessing the diminishment of others.

Speakers:
Adam Bilbey (CN) - Senior Director, Sotheby's Wine Asia and Europe
Eduardo Chadwick (CL) - President, Viña Errázuriz
Margareth Henriquez (FR) - President & CEO, The House of Krug

Moderator: Cyril Penn (US) - Editor, Wine Business Monthly

17.30 - 18.15 - SESSION 17: TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY

With transport and/or incomes for most people inhibited by the pandemic, travel & hospitality and wine's places within them, have suffered greatly. Multiple responses to a restructured access to and availability of supplies, labor, and customers have been the result. These speakers from interlinking sectors will detail recent issues they've confronted and are engaged in surmounting. 

Speakers:
Andy Consuegra (US) - CEO & Founder, WEBB Banks
Ed Eiswirth (US) - Director of Fleet Beverage Operations, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines                         Fraser Wotzke (CN) - Manager of Merchandise & Planning; Spirits, Wine & Tobacco; DFS Group

Moderator: Michael Cheng (US) - Dean, FIU - Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

18.15 - 18.30 - BREAK

18.30 - 19.30 - SESSION 18: THE FUTURE

As the value of predictive modeling in forecasting business outcomes has waned in the face of factors both unanticipated and unexpectedly multiplied by additional constituents, the presenters of Wine Future 2021 will gather with a few new faces to share ideas of how we may cooperate and grow our businesses and ourselves in this new year.

Moderator: David Furer (US) - Founder, DF Consults / Host & Co-Organizer, Wine Future 2021

19.30 - 20.00 - KEYNOTE SPEECH 5: TBC 

20.00 - 20.15 - CLOSING REMARKS