Alan Ramey is currently a graduate student here at Cambridge and a member of the blind wine tasting team that recently beat Oxford, but back in Sonoma/Napa, California, he is a second-generation vintner, who, along with his sister, owns Ramey Wine Cellars. Noted wine critic Antonio Galloni has said: “In my mind, Ramey is one of the top wineries in the United States.” Some of the winery’s accolades include appearing on the top wine lists of Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast, front cover shots on Wine Spectator and Decanter magazines, and several top wine scores, including 100 pointers.
In addition to working in California, Alan has traveled to do harvests in Burgundy, France, and Casablanca Chile. He’s worked and trained in various aspects of the winery, from the cellar floor to the blending room, and his knowledge is augmented by mentoring from his dad and coursework from UC Davis, the USA’s leading winemaking school.
Alan will be showcasing a range of wines from the winery, walking the audience through Sonoma/Napa, the viticultural and winemaking process, and covering any questions the group may have.
17 June 2022
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Venue: King's College, Beves Room