#SipWithKaren Begins a New Season
December 02, 2018
St. Helena, CA — Karen MacNeil’s popular Twitter tasting series—#SipWithKaren—begins a new season this December.
The first Twitter tasting in the series will focus on great Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons and will be live on the platform December 13, 2018 from 5–6 pm Pacific Time / 8–9 pm Eastern. Anyone can join the tasting by using #SipWithKaren. Prior tastings have received up to 18 million impressions.
“Our #SipWithKaren tastings allow us to engage large audiences and create lots of excitement for consumers and for the wineries,” says Karen MacNeil. “Anyone can be a part of the tasting. Just jump on Twitter at the designated time, use the hashtag, and join the conversation.”
Those who want to taste along with Karen and her co-tasters can consider buying cabernets from any of the following wineries which will be part of the #SipWithKaren tasting on the 13th: Duckhorn Vineyards, St. Supéry Winery, Cakebread Cellars, Chateau Montelena Winery, Pine Ridge Vineyards, Hall Wines, Corison Winery, and Honig Winery.
What: #SipWithKaren, a live Twitter tasting with Karen MacNeil
Topic: Great Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignons
Where: On Twitter
When: December 13, 2018, from 5–6 pm Pacific Time, 8–9 pm Eastern
To Join the Fun: Use the #SipWithKaren
About Karen MacNeil:
Karen MacNeil—author of The Wine Bible, named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the Wine Industry in 2018, recipient of nearly every major wine award, editor of the digital newsletter WineSpeed, and considered one of America's foremost wine teachers—conducts private wine tasting seminars for individuals, groups, and businesses around the world. Among her clients: Audemars Piguet, General Electric, Lexus, Merrill Lynch, Notre Dame University, and several international law firms. Karen is one of America’s leading wine presenters and gives keynote speeches at industry and consumer conferences worldwide. Karen MacNeil & Company creates one-of-a-kind wine experiences for clients at exclusive wineries in the Napa Valley and other wine regions.