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Wine, Politics and Diplomatic Entertaining with Washington Post Publisher, Fred Ryan - Part 2
- Are you curious about how wine has played an essential role in politics?

- How did a bottle with Thomas Jefferson's initials become the center of a wine scandal in 1985?

- What does pulling a Nixon mean?

- Which wine connected John F. Kennedy and James Bond?

- My guest, Fred Ryan is the publisher and CEO of the Washington Post and has been an aficionado of both wine and White House history for most of his life. Growing up in Italy and California, he developed an early interest in wine, studied winemaking and has participated in a joint winemaking venture in Napa Valley. Fred’s fascination with wine parallels his lifelong interest in the American presidency. He served as Ronald Reagan’s post-presidential chief of staff and currently serves as chair of the Board of Directors of the White House Historical Association, the organization that published his gorgeous new book Wine and The White House.

- Join the Watch Party live-stream video of this discussion April 7th!

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- YOU COULD WIN!! -
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⭐ One of you will win a personally signed copy of his gorgeous, new book Wine and The White House if you post about a wine that you’ve enjoyed lately on your favourite social media channel: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or LinkedIn and tag me. I’ll post this in the comments so you can just copy and paste.

- Don't forget to tag me!
Facebook: @natdecants
Instagram: @nataliemacleanwine
Twitter: @NatalieMacLean

⭐ I’ll select the winner from those of you who participate before April 7th. I’ll also re-share your stories and posts with my followers whether you win or not so that you connect with more wine lovers.

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See you then!

Cheers,
Natalie

Apr 7, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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