The Wine Independent announces Wine Summit 2023 in the Swiss Alps

November Six-Day Free Trial Subscription Promotion

November 2 – Napa, Calif. – The Wine Independent, founded in 2021 by Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW (formerly of The Wine Advocate) and photographer Johan Berglund, has unveiled ‘TWI Summit’ and will soon launch a free trial promotional offer for November.

TWI Summits are intimate, exclusive and unique experiences tailor-made for wine lovers. Far from the noise and bustle of traditional large-scale tastings, they offer the opportunity to relax and taste excellent wines accompanied by delicious world-class cuisine in the company of winemakers, owners and other connoisseurs in settings spectacular. It’s a unique opportunity to meet and get to know the people behind the wines around a table, to hang out and socialize. During these intimate encounters, the knowledge and appreciation of wine will reach new heights, taking participants to the pinnacle of what great wine has to offer.

“Our desire is to offer truly memorable culinary, wine and travel experiences to our subscribers. Now more than ever, people are looking for unique, moving and unusual experiences, and we’re ready to lead the charge in wine for that kind of customer engagement,” says Perrotti-Brown.

The first TWI summit will be held in the Swiss Alps in March 2023. During the day, participants can relax and enjoy the slopes or the chalet’s private spa, hot tub and pool. At night, TWI critic Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW hosts a series of five winemaker dinners. From Monday to Thursday, guests will dine in comfort at Chalet No. 14, one of Verbier’s finest luxury chalets, served by a team of highly experienced staff. Dinners will be concocted by two Michelin-starred chefs, Mats Vollmer, accompanied by a selection of rare unicorn French wines presented by their winemaker.

At the Alpine Summit Verbier, TWI will be joined by Jacques Thienpont (owner and winemaker in Le Pin), Frédéric Faye (winemaker in Figeac), Jean-Valmy Nicholas (owner of La Conseillante) and Pierre Graffeuille (winemaker in Montrose). On Friday evening, an event will take place at 67 Pall Mall Verbier, a private club dedicated to wine, located in the heart of the village of Verbier. At 67 Pall Mall Verbier, customers will be served a bespoke menu created by the Club’s kitchen accompanied by French wines presented by a unique winemaker.

And TWI has great news for wine lovers who aren’t sure if they want to subscribe to the online publication yet. Starting November 3, 2022, TWI will offer a six-day free trial subscription promotion. Wine consumers can test out the TWI website and advanced search capabilities, including the ability to search wines by alcohol level and body, free of charge for six days. To take advantage of the offer, customers simply need to subscribe to a Private subscription. During the six-day trial period, they can cancel their subscription at any time and will not be charged. This promotion will run until the end of November 2022.

The Wine Independent publishes new articles and reviews every week. Since its launch in May, it has published dozens of reports and thousands of reviews on the world’s top wine regions, including Bordeaux, Champagne, Italy, Argentina, Napa Valley, Sonoma and California Central Coast, to name a few. -ones. The site featured many in-depth dives into renowned producers such as Château d’Yquem, Promontory, Realm, Dominus, Château Latour, Sine Qua Non, Château Figeac, Penfolds and Peter Michael Winery, including feature articles by contributors such as RH Drexel. Critic Susan Hulme, MW, who covers Italy, has published reports on Barolo, Barbaresco, Tuscany and Le Macchiole, to name a few. The platform recently unveiled the debut of its free publication, Cépages, featuring professional photography and evocative visual storytelling.

The Wine Independent covers all travel, accommodation and living expenses associated with the wine review. TWI does not accept any payments, sponsorships, gifts or in-kind gifts from wineries or anyone associated with the sale, distribution or promotion of wines. TWI does not allow any wine-related advertising.

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