Have you ever wished you could ask that burning question directly of the buyers at The Society? Well, now you can!
Wednesday, 14th March 2018 (13:00 - 14:00)
On Wednesday, 14 March Toby Morrhall, Buyer for Burgundy, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay at The Wine Society, will join us LIVE in the community for an hour to answer your questions for our second AMA event.
Will you be investing in 2016 Burgundy reds and whites?
@Toby.Morrhall will be joining us to answer any questions you have regarding the extensive South American range, however I imagine the hottest topic might just turn out to be the Burgundy En Primeur campaign.
Send us your questions
This is an AMA – Ask Me Anything format. Toby will answer questions that are posted in advance on the day, then will join us LIVE for 1 hour (13:00 – 14:00 GMT) on 14/03/2018 where he can try to answer as many follow-up or ‘live’ questions as possible. You can log in and join him, or follow the conversation later at your leisure.
Click here to see what happened during the AMA with Pierre Mansour, Head of Buying and see some of the questions asked.
Unfortunately the buying team are unable to reply to all comments and questions in the community on a regular basis (though they may participate from time to time and do read your comments), so arranging specific dates and times means we can benefit from the chance to catch them in the office and get their advice.
If your question relates to Burgundy EP, please remember that your choice will be very personal to your preferences and circumstances, and that all the wines are in the offer because we believe they represent value for money. However, if you have any general questions about the region, the campaign or maybe vintages, feel free to post them and we will see what we can do!
Post your question TODAY on this thread (especially if it involves some research!) and we will collect these to reply to on the 14th.
The AMAs are exciting and exclusive events for The Society’s Community and an opportunity to put YOU in the interview chair.