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Laure Patry Executive Head Sommelier for Jason Atherton (Social Company) is a former guest on Interpreting Wine, previously appearing in April 2018 in episode 66. She starts this conversation by bringing us up to speed with the last 29 months, the openings she’s been involved with and how her role has changed. I was then keen for her to describe the early days of the pandemic and how they mobilised as a team to first clost sites and ultimately make the most of the lockdown and the unexpected learning opportunities it presented. Laure describes how suppliers and producers embraced technology and were extremely generous in the face of uncertainty. She talks price and how the lockdown has educated customers and staff on the real cost of high quality ingredients. Before looking ahead to the end of the furlough scheme and ending on a positive with future opportunities for sommeliers
Inside the early days of the pandemic
The customer experience
Innovation in the sector
Future opportunities for sommeliers
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Welcome to the Show Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Guest: Laure Patry, Social Company
Date recorded: 4 September 2020
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