Celebrating Colorado Wines

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Celebrate Colorado Wine with a virtual tasting and a distinguished panel of Colorado Winemakers on March 24, 2022!

Join the CSU Beverage Business Institute for a LIVE Zoom event to talk with Colorado winemakers, supply chain experts, and wine educators. Ready to reserve your spot? Click “Add to Cart” above then check-out using your email. You will receive an email and meeting invite shortly with event details, links, and additional information. 

The Logistics: 

  • Date: Thursday, March 24th
  • Time: 4:00-5:30 P.M.
  • Place: Online Zoom Event

to talk with Colorado winemakers

Ready to Order your Wine?

Sauvage Spectrum Estate Winery & Vineyard

OBC WINE PROJECT:

  • Wine: Colorado Chardonnay, 2020
  • Availability: Taproom only – head to the OBC’s tap room at 824 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Please order all online wine purchases by March 14, 2022 to ensure their arrival. *Must be 21 or older to order* 

Thank you for supporting Colorado Wines! The Beverage Business Institute, Institute for Entrepreneurship and College of Business at Colorado State University would like to show their appreciation to you, the Colorado Winery Communities, Sauvage Spectrum, and Odell’s Brewing Wine Project.   

Meet the Panel

Susan’s research focuses on sustainability and relationships in the global supply chain, and she’s done over a decade’s worth of research traveling to wine businesses on three continents resulting in a book called Contemporary Wine Marketing and Supply Chain Management: A Global Perspective. Dr. Golicic is the chair of the Department of Management at CSU. Susan has received five conference best paper awards and the 2010 Journal of Operations Management Best Paper Award in addition to the CSU College of Business Research Award in 2011. She teaches supply chain management courses for undergraduate and graduate programs and has been nominated for the CSU Alumni Best Teacher Award.

Travis began making wine in 2009 at his family’s small vineyard in the North Georgia mountains. As the industry grew, Travis began consulting with other wineries in the area before joining the City Winery group as the production winemaker in Atlanta. Travis joined the OBC Wine Project as Winemaker in 2020. The OBC Wine Project’s mission of crafting interesting wines with a craft beer flair is a perfect match for all the things that Travis loves about winemaking: community, creativity and fun.

In 2010 Patric Matysiewski began a career in fermentation. Hired on at Breckenridge Brewery originally to prep in the kitchen and wash dishes. Within a few months he was summoned to operate the canning line. From here on he excelled to bottling line operator and keg filler and washer. Learning the ins and outs of the cold side of brewing and cellaring.

In 2018 Kaibab gifted Patric some tonnage of some very interesting grapes that had the potential to become great sparkling wines for a research and development project. The resulting wine was made in the Pettilént Naturel style and sparked what soon become the Sauvage Spectrum partnership.

Crisann Hanes, M.Ed., WSET II, is a higher educator, wine educator, and blogger in Fort Collins, Colorado. Crisann is a Graduate Advisor for Evening and Online MBA Programs at Colorado State University, and in her off time runs the blog Rocky Mountain Oenophile, and hosts private and group wine tastings and educational seminars. She is a proud Marine Corps Veteran, co-chair of the NASPA Veterans Knowledge Community, and is an advocate for student veterans in higher education, and for emerging conversations around military veterans in the wine industry.

Interested in learning more? Check out more information on the featured wines and additional readings