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Wine Mentoring, Individual Learning, 
wine Travel Consultation, and Trip Planning services 

MENTORING: Have questions about your wine studies? Struggling with how to prepare for an exam? Need advice from an expert on blind tasting? Or perhaps you want help mapping your wine career? The Cellar Muse team of mentors is here for you and will answer your questions, provide advice and offer insights. Book your mentoring/coaching session now. The Cellar Muse team of mentors is very concise and has received excellent feedback on the effectiveness of their mentoring.

INDIVIDUAL TAYLORED LEARNIG: Want to enjoy wine more, or explore a specific subject, but don't want to engage in time-consuming and expensive certifications? Need your staff trained in a way that is designed just for your business? Let the Cellar Muse Team develop a session or series designed to efficiently deliver exactly what you want and need from your wine education. Inquire about pricing  and format options HERE

TRAVEL PLANNING AND CONSULTATION: Traveling to France, Italy, Spain, Washington, Oregon, or California Wine Country? The Cellar Muse Team can assist you from custom travel advice to the creation of full itineraries, and everything in-between. For more information, inquire HERE

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Mentoring with Tanya

Tanya has been working in the wine industry; in restaurants, retail, and education for more than two decades. She has been teaching about wine since 2004. Her love of classical wines, passion for history, nature, and gastronomy inspires her educational approach.

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Mentoring with Alberto

Alberto’s passion for wine started when he lived in Tuscany as a student, where he fell in love with Chianti and rustic Italian food. Bitten by the wine bug, he read all the wine books he could get his hands on and then pursued a formal wine education in San Francisco and Seattle.

Winemaker NaKenge Adisa

Mentoring with Nakenge

As a sommelier and wine director, NaKenge has worked at lauded PNW restaurants such as Canlis and Goldfinch Cafe at the Four Seasons Hotel.  In his career as a winemaker, NaKenge was Washington State’s first Black winemaker.  Over the years NaKenge has made wine for Washington's most iconic producers -- including Efeste, Delille, Leonetti, Corliss and Rasa Vineyards.  He has recently launched his own label, Parousia Cellar, whose first vintage will be released into the world in 2022. 

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