This is the more academic side of the Power Entertaining with Food and Wine event. It is a class that is handled with a dynamic PowerPoint presentation.
It is not done with a meal; however minimal food is used simply for the purpose of illustrating the concept of "food wines". We roll up our sleeves, and delve more deeply into the entertaining issues that corporate executives face regularly. We use five wines; one sparkling, two whites, and two reds.
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"Wine knowledge is a powerful tool for today's businessperson — providing leverage in all business enteretaining. Eddie Osterland's dynamic but expert approach makes learning about wine just as much fun as drinking it."Mary Ewing-Mulligan, Master of Wine and co-author Wine for Dummies
"Having seen many an outside speaker "present" at our member meetings in both Northern & Southern California, I have to say that the presentation that night was probably the best I have ever heard! "Richard Barrett from ProVisors
"We walked away from the luncheon not only well fed and entertained, but armed with a wealth of ideas. Your lists of Classic Food and Wine Pairings, Food Friendly Whites and Reds, Wine Savvy Restaurant Tips, Foodie Websites, and 7 Power Entertaining Tips will all be put to good use."Abby from Activant
"I know our guests loved your session, rating you 1st out of 20 "highly respected" nationally renowned speakers for the show."Jim Schultze, Conference Manager, FICP
"Your presentation was the perfect mix of warmth, humor and education. You allowed for the attendees to become colleagues and friends by encouraging their conversation."Mary Ellen Saunders, Association for Financial Professionals
"Our guests were absolutely thrilled with your presentation. They particularly enjoyed your energy and enthusiasm and the wealth of knowledge you imparted was priceless... Your personal stories and anecdotes provided wonderful life lessons and also some great humor."Nicole Mader, Manager, Event Planning, General Mills