Diana Snowden Seysses, aka advocate for climate change, mother of two children, a globe trotting vigneron with families deeply rooted in grape growing and winemaking in France (Burgundy) and the USA (Napa Valley). Diana has been part of the Bâtonnage community since the start and now she has generously curated a very special pack of three wines that help tell the story of her winemaking endeavors and challenges.
All proceeds from the sale of these wine packs will directly support the Bâtonnage Mentorship Program. (Psst. Look out for a Level 3 opportunity to work with Diana in France for the 2023 harvest season! More details to follow later this year.) Only a limited amount of wine is available and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. We appreciate your support!
Triennes Saint Fleur Viognier 2019
Snowden "The Ranch" Cabernet Sauvginon 2016
Domaine Dujac Morey-St-Denis 2005
As part of the wine pack purchase, you'll also get access to an exclusive interview with Diana, hosted by Bâtonnage co-founder Stevie Stacionis (date TBD). The interview will be recorded and sent to all wine pack buyers, in case you can't make it live.
About Diana Snowden Seysses:
Diana graduated from the Viticulture & Enology program at UC Davis in 2001, then worked in both California and French cellars with Robert Mondavi Winery, Mumm Napa, the Araujo Estate, Château La Fleur de Boüard, Domaine Leflaive and Ramey Wine Cellars. By 2003, Diana had become enologist at Domaine Dujac in Burgundy, and consultant at Domaine de Triennes in Provence; in 2005 she became winemaker at Snowden Vineyards.
*Shipping is included in the price of the wine pack (USA only, international shipping not available).