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Oceans 2050:

An Intimate Dinner and Conversation with Alexandra Cousteau

April 29, 2022

"From now through the next decade, we can regenerate, rebuild, and restore the lost abundance of our oceans so that, by 2050, our children have the same abundance that my grandfather once knew. This is my mission. "

Meet Alexandra Cousteau

Join us for an intimate discussion with world-renowned filmmaker and environmentalist Alexandra Cousteau for a memorable night under the stars in Napa Valley to benefit Oceans 2050.


The evening will feature a lively reception followed by an exquisite four-course dinner prepared by Estate Chef Tod Kawachi. Each dish will be paired with St. Supéry Estate wines.

Event DetailsFriday, April 29, 2022
6pm Reception
7pm Dinner

St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery
8440 St. Helena Hwy
Rutherford, CA 94573

$2,500 donation per person

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Call 707-302-3488

MenuHors d'oeuvres

Tsar Nicoulai Golden Reserve Caviar, Sourdough Blini, Chive Crème Fraiche

Local Pacific Oyster, Ft. Bragg Uni Spoonful

Kanpachi Tataki Bite, Smoked Soy

2021 St. Supery, Napa Valley Estate Sauvignon Blanc

First Course

Citrus Cured OraKing Salmon, Ikura, Cucumbers, Fennel, Cured Yolk

2021 St. Supery Dollarhide Estate Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

Main Course

Pacifico Striped Bass, Dungeness Crab Cake, Estate Vegetables, Beurre Rouge, Shaved Black Truffles

2017 St. Supery Dollarhide Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

Third Course

Artisan Cheese Plate


Estate Meyer Lemon Curd Parfait

2019 St. Supery, Napa Valley Estate Moscato

About Alexandra Cousteau

Alexandra Cousteau has been advocating for the oceans since age eight, when she joined her grandfather’s petition to create an Antarctic nature reserve. A filmmaker, public speaker and advisor to governments and non-profits, she has conducted deep-sea surveys, campaigned for the expansion of marine protection areas, rescued dolphins and manatees, and investigated the impact of oil spills and agricultural run-off on coastal ecosystems. As co-founder and president of Oceans 2050, she uses her gift for storytelling and her background in political science to align interests and bring people together around the common good of abundant oceans.


Alexandra studied international relations at Georgetown University and received an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters from her alma mater in 2016. Her advocacy for the oceans has been recognized by, among many others, the National Geographic Society, which named her an Emerging Explorer; the World Economic Forum, which named her a Young Global Leader; and the University of California Irvine, which presented her with its Human Security Award. Alexandra serves as a member of the advisory boards of SeaLegacy and Oceanswise and as a senior adviser to Oceana.


Check out her recent appearance on the "Big Deep" Podcast here


For more, please check out Alexandra's personal website here.

Alexandra on the St. Supéry #GivingTuesday Podcast

St. Supéry CEO Emma Swain had the pleasure of chatting with Alexandra Cousteau about Oceans 2050 on Giving Tuesday 2021. Listen to their conversation here:


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Rutherford, CA 94573
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