Miami, FL (September 17, 2020) – The Florida Wine Academy, the leading provider of wine, spirits and sake education in Florida, announced today 2020 events and dates for the premier Miami Champagne Week. The annual celebration, now in its fifth year,  will shift to a virtual landscape with four days of webinars celebrating all things champagne, from October 13 – October 16.

The week dedicated to the world-recognized French sparkling wine will be celebrated with webinars designed to educate, promote and create awareness about Champagne nationwide. The festivities bring together some of the most prestigious Champagne experts in the industry to create unique and educational experiences for all Champagne enthusiasts, whether newcomers or experienced.

Miami Champagne Week was developed by the team at Florida Wine Academy, including Co-Founder and Director of Wine Education, Alessandra Esteves and Co-Founder and General Manager, Guilherme de Macedo. The respected wine academy recently shifted all education services including WSET levels 1-3 in spirits, wines and sake, in addition to French Wine Scholar and Spanish Wine Scholar certifications to webinar format, where students can interact with educators virtually in real-time.

“We are excited to once again bring our love of Champagne to center stage with Miami Champagne Week 2020,” said Co-Founder of Florida Wine Academy, Alessandra Esteves. “We’re proud to spread the celebratory spirit of Champagne nationwide, specifically during a challenging year for the industry, with a series of not only educational but fun virtual events. The shift to online events does not limit us one bit, in fact, we’re ecstatic about the opportunity to now expand Miami Champagne Week worldwide with our interactive  webinars,” she added.

The 2020 schedule for Miami Champagne Week will consist of virtual events led by the certified wine educators at Florida Wine Academy, featuring prominent leaders in wine including Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine, and highly respected Champagne houses such as Perrier-Jouët and Ruinart. Registration for the webinars will be open to the public with prices set at $15 and $20. Participants will also have the opportunity to purchase wine packs from the Florida Wine Academy’s online shop, 305 Wines. The wine shop has advanced their delivery options for all Miami Champagne Week wine packs to include free shipping to Florida and 15 additional states.

Miami Champagne Week registration is now open. For more information, visit and follow Miami Champagne Week’s official Instagram account: @miamichampagneweek

The Miami Champagne Week 2020 schedule is as follows:

Miami Champagne Week Day 1: Natural Champagne Webinar
Date: October 13, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. EST

Miami Champagne Week Day 2: The Art of Perrier-Jouët  (with Perrier-Jouët Champagne Ambassador Elise Cordell)
Date: October 14, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. EST

Miami Champagne Week Day 3: Meunier Webinar (with Matt Citriglia MS)
Date: October 15, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. EST

Miami Champagne Week Day 4: Blanc de Blancs Webinar (with Essi Avellan MW and Frederic Panaiotis, Chef de Cave for Ruinart Champagne)
Date: October 16, 2020, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST

About Florida Wine Academy

Florida Wine Academy is the leading provider of wine, spirits and sake education in Florida. The organization is an approved program provider for WSET (Wine Spirits & Education Trust), the Wine Scholar Guild and the Sake Sommelier Association. In addition to certification courses, Florida Wine Academy offers topic-focused labs, masterclasses, seminars, webinars and tutoring services as well as corporate events and consultation services to hotels, restaurants, and bars. Florida Wine Academy has also developed the online wine shop, 305 Wines, offering a fine portfolio of high-quality international wines. For more information about Florida Wine Academy, please visit For more information about 305 Wines, please visit

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